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Teacher Certification Program May Lose Accreditation

Teacher Certification Program May Lose Accreditation

At a time when schools everywhere are already struggling to staff campuses with teachers—any teachers, much less qualified, effective teachers—the revocation of the accreditation of Texas' largest alternative teacher certification program could send quite the shock...

New Members of the Texas Early Learning Council Appointed

New Members of the Texas Early Learning Council Appointed

Governor Greg Abbott has appointed Tori Lee and Marisela Nava to the Texas Early Learning Council. The Texas Early Learning Council serves as Texas’ State Advisory Council as required by the Improving Head Start for School Readiness Act of 2007. The Council’s mission...

TEA Posts a Fentanyl Response Communications Toolkit

TEA Posts a Fentanyl Response Communications Toolkit

With Fentanyl overdoses on the rise, the Texas Education Agency has posted a Fentanyl Response Communications Toolkit on its website. The toolkit is designed to provide communications resources and support to school systems in their efforts to educate their school...

Making MTSS/RTI Data Simple

Making MTSS/RTI Data Simple

Universal screening data, PLC data, formative data, summative data, benchmark data, diagnostic data, CBM data.  Schools have become very proficient in gathering as much data as possible.  This is a good thing.  But does everyone always know what to do with all of...

Districts Look to Provide Housing for Teachers

Districts Look to Provide Housing for Teachers

Districts are desperate to recruit and retain qualified, effective teachers.  Given that paying all teachers what they’re actually worth isn’t likely to happen anytime soon, some districts are trying to lure teachers with a tasty new carrot: affordable housing. Austin...

TEA Offers Resources on Redesigned STAAR Exam

TEA Offers Resources on Redesigned STAAR Exam

The State of Texas Assessments of Academic Readiness (STAAR) is going to be redesigned, starting with the spring 2023 administration. Ahead of this, the Texas Education Agency has released new and updated resources on its website for educators. The resources include...

Phones in the Classroom (Part I)

Phones in the Classroom (Part I)

In an effort to combat distractions, thwart cyberbullying, and promote cyber safety amongst students, Thorndale ISD will now require that all middle and high school students lock up their phones in special, secure bags while at school. Thorndale ISD is outside of...

A New Dress Code in North Texas

A New Dress Code in North Texas

Dress codes are always a hot topic, and they can be very contentious.  A new dress code issued by Forney ISD is the latest to make headlines.  The North Texas district is now banning all items with a hoodie and all dresses (including skirts and skorts) for students...