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  1. Texas fool board.(Up Front)(Texas Board of Education): An article from: The Humanist by Wayne Besen, 2010-05-01
  2. Announcement by Texas. Board of education, . Godley, 1903-01-01
  3. Battle over science textbooks roils Texas education board.(People & Events): An article from: Church & State
  4. Biennial Report of the State Board of Education for the Scholastic Years Ending ..., Volumes 4-5
  5. Biennial Report of the State Department of Education for ..., Volume 17
  6. Specifications for the new junior college to be erected at Wichita Falls, Texas for the Board of Education of the Wichita Falls Independent School District of Wichita County, Texas by William Butts Ittner, 1922
  7. A study of boards of education in Texas--the makeup of boards and the perceptions of board members, (Studies in education, v. 11) by Robert E Splawn, 1972
  8. A Year's Work in Vocational Agriculture: Animal Production (1918 ) by Texas. State Board for Vocational Education, 2009-10-21
  9. Special report of the State board of education for the scholastic year ending August 31, 1883, being the ninth report from the Department of education of the state of Texas by Texas. State Dept. of Education, 1883-12-31
  10. Special report of the State board of education for the scholastic year ending August 31, 1883, being the ninth report from the Department of education of the state of Texas
  11. Organization and administration of evening classes in home-making for Texas by Harris Texas. State Board for Vocational Education Jessie W Peck Lillian joint author, 1922-12-31
  12. Organization and administration of evening classes in home-making for Texas by Texas. State Board for Vocational Education., 1922-01-01
  13. Federal Aid For Vocational Industrial Education In Texas, Under The Smith-hughes Law
  14. Outlines Of Plans For Vocational Education In Texas Under The Smith-hughes Act

1. Education & Computer Connection
This education site has a thematic, multicultural, interdisciplary unit for students on immigration.Category Society Issues Immigration...... texas Independent School Districts from A to Z. Wyoming Public Schools. State Regionaleducation Agencies. State boards of education. Federal Government Agencies.
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The TAAS to TAKS Newsletter: August,2002 #1

September, 2002

October, 2002
TAKS Vocabulary Words Linked to Roget's Thesaurus

Texas Education Connection TAKS Workshops 2002-2003 TAKS/Bluebonnet Books More TAKS Tips, Resources Texas Educator's Resources ... Texas Universities/Colleges Curriculum Subjects Biology Earth Science/Geography/Geology Science Geography ... World History Mulit-Cultural Holidays/Celebrations American Indian Hertiage Month Black History Month Presidents' Day César Chávez Day Independent Units of Study Online Projects for Students Teddy's 100th Birthday Celebration! Penquins Home Educators Vocabulary Test Home Schooling Resources For Kids Only Coloring Pages For Kids Only Harry Potter Web Quest Tech Kids: WWW Basics 101 ... Trivia for Kids Students On-line References/Facts Homework Helper Links The Homework Connection The Art of Making Plant Dye ... Kid's Search Engines Public School Administrator Public School Administration Resources Alaska School Districts Colorado School Districts Montana Public Schools ... National Councils/Educ. Associations

2. Education Service Center, Region 17, Homepage
June 6, 2003. texas education Links texas education Agency Links for Professional Organizations texas Association of School boards. texas Association of School Administrators
Pat Henderson (center), Lubbock-Cooper ISD - Region 17 2002 Superintendent of the Year Teachers of Young Children Academy, July 21-23, 2003, El Paso, Texas 2003 Region 17 Job Fair
June 6, 2003
Texas Education Links: Texas Education Agency State Board of Education State Board for Educator Certification Links for Professional Organizations: Texas Association of School Boards Texas Association of School Administrators Texas Elementary Principals and Supervisors Association (TEPSA) Texas Association of Secondary School Principals (TASSP) ... National Staff Development Council Links for Educators: Education World A to Z Teacher Stuff The Gateway Explorasource Links for Families: Ask Jeeves for Kids Alfy Family Education Network Center for Character Development ... Administrative Services
School Finance, School Board Training Field Services Purchasing Coop Textbooks,

3. Texas State Statistics
texas' Governance Structure This State Profile was produced by The National Associationof State boards of education (NASBE) 277 South Washington Street

4. Every Child, Every Advantage
Association for Compensatory Educators of texas Association for and UniversitiesNational Association of State boards of education National Association of
Resources are also available by audience or by alpha listing ASSOCIATIONS/ORGANIZATIONS American Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers
American Association of State Colleges and Universities

American Council on Education

American Federation for Teachers
California School Leadership Academy
(currently under construction)
Middle States Commission on Higher Education

National Association of Independent Colleges and Universities

National Association of State Boards of Education

National Association of State Universities and Land Grant Colleges (NASULGC)
... Texas State Teachers Association EDUCATION ISSUES/POLICIES top California Center for Teaching Careers Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education Center for Research on Education Outcomes ... Yahoo! Education IMPROVING EDUCATION top Best Practices in Education Center for the Improvement of Early Reading Achievement Center for Public Policy Priorities: Texas Kids Count ... Charles A. Dana Center, University of Texas at Austin

5. Handbook Of Texas Online: TEXAS EDUCATION AGENCY
texas education AGENCY. In 1949 the legislature abolished the former State Board of education and the office of superseded earlier ex officio boards established in 1876 and 1866.
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TEXAS EDUCATION AGENCY. In 1949 the legislature abolished the former State Board of Education and the office of State Superintendent of Public Instruction, and the Gilmer-Aikin Laws qv established the Texas Education Agency as the state's administrative agent to supervise the public school system. In 1972 the agency was composed of the State Board of Education (which included the State Board for Vocational Education), the Commissioner of Education qv (selected by the board), and professional, technical, and clerical staffs. The State Board of Education, authorized by a constitutional amendment in 1928 and organized in 1929, superseded earlier ex officio boards established in 1876 and 1866. Before the passage of the Gilmer-Aikin Laws, the board was composed of nine members, appointed by the governor for six-year terms. Later, under the 1949 statute, it was composed of twenty-one members elected for six-year terms, with one member being elected from each congressional district of the state as they were constituted in 1949. The State Board of Education was the policy-forming body for the public schools; it adopted operating budgets on the basis of legislative appropriations, established regulations for the accreditation of schools, executed contracts for the purchase of textbooks to be used in the public schools, and invested the Permanent School Fund. qv The Commissioner of Education, appointed by the board for a four-year term, was the secretary of the board and the chief executive officer of the Texas Education Agency. One of the commissioner's many duties was the issuance of teachers certificates. The professional, technical, and clerical staffs of the Texas Education Agency were under the direct supervision of the Commissioner of Education. In general, the agency set standards and supervised the public schools of the state. Funds from the federal government for programs related to public education were handled through the Texas Education Agency. It also administered the Texas School for the Deaf, the Texas School for the Blind and Visually Impaired

6. TSBME, TSBPAE, TSBAE - Useful Links
Calendar Complaint Information Customer Information Data Products education HealthProfessionals State Medical boards. State of texas HealthRelated Agencies.
Home Agency Boards Complaints ... Site Map
Useful Links to Related Sites
Medical Schools National Organizations Physician Assistant Programs In Texas Physician and Other Professional Databases ... Texas Organizations Medical Schools
All United States Medical Schools
Medical Schools Osteopathic Medical Colleges Texas Medical Schools Baylor College of Medicine Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio University of Texas Houston Medical School ... University of North Texas Health Science Center at Fort Worth National Organizations
AAMC - Association of American Medical Colleges AAPA - American Academy of Physician Assistants AACOM - American Association of Colleges of Osteopathic Medicine AAOM - American Association of Oriental Medicine ... USMLE - USMLE Secretariat Physician Assistant Programs In Texas
University of Texas Southwestern Allied Health Sciences School University of North Texas Health Science Center University of Texas Medical Branch Dept. of Physician Assistant Studies

7. Job Listings References
of Iowa State Departments of education Teaching Job Links texas Association of SchoolAdministrators texas Association of School boardsSuperintendent texas
International Honor Society and Professional Association in Education Career Services Network Go to Pi Lambda Theta JobList Direct links to job listing on other web sites
Affirmative Action Register American Association for Employment in Education American Association for Health Education American Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers ... Yahoo! Education:Employment:Jobs
Florida-Broward County Schools Hot-Line for position openings: Florida School Districts with web joblistings Milwaukee Area School Districts -Contact Information Pi Lambda Theta, PO Box 6626, Bloomington, IN 47407-6626 E-mail:
Phone: 800-487-3411; Fax: 812-339-3462 Office Hours: Monday-Friday 8:00-5:00 EST (All Year EST)
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8. | Dallas-Fort Worth | Discussion Boards
Columnists. education. Entertainment. Health/Science. Nation World. Opinion/Letters.Photography. Religion. Special Reports. texas Living. texas Politics.

9. Related Sites For Boards & Network Partners
US Department of education. The texas Business Advisor. Home Businesses Employers Job Seekers Employees Service Providers boards Network Partners
home site index about us contact information Search Related Sites
Links followed by pdf require Adobe Acrobat Reader for viewing Workforce Related Web Sites Other Texas Sites Local Workforce Development Board Web Sites Career Development Resources (Formerly Texas SOICC) America's Career InfoNet America's Job Bank ... Texas Youth Commission Other Federal Sites Public Sector or Supporting Organizations Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) Equal Employment Opportunity Commission Immigration and Naturalization Service Internal Revenue Service ... Interstate Conference of Employment Security Agencies Labor Market, Economic or Other Data Training and Education Sites Labor Market Information Links Texas Statistics A to Z - Texas Department of Economic Development Texas Records and Information Locator - TRAIL Catalogs and Searches - Texas State Library and Archives ... Department of Labor - Employment and Training Workforce Investment Act Links Welfare Reform Related Sites WIA Related Information Welfare Related Research Welfare Related Sites Child Care Links Community Resource Links Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP) Child Care Resource List Administration for Children and Families National Parent Information Network ... Charitable Choice, Faith-Based and Community-Based Services Links

10. Training Providers And Programs
texas Skill Standards. Veterans' education. Home Businesses Employers Job Seekers Employees Service Providers boards Network Partners Researchers
home site index about us contact information Search Training Providers and Programs
Links followed by pdf require Adobe Acrobat Reader for viewing Search for Training Providers WIA Certified Training Providers TWC Approved Proprietary Schools Universities Community Colleges ... Workforce Investment Act (WIA) of 1998 Veterans' Training Services Youth Training Services Approved Institutions for Veterans' Education Apprenticeship Programs for Veterans On-the-Job Training Programs for Veterans Veterans' Employment and Training Opportunities ... Service Providers
Last Revision: April 11, 2003

11. UNT Libraries: Government Information Connection, Texas State Agencies, Boards,
KR. Land Surveying, texas Board of; Law Enforcement Officer Standards and education,texas Commission on; The texas State Agencies, boards, Commissions
Home U.S. Federal State Local/Regional ... Help Related pages: Frequently Requested Titles Texas Gov't. Information by Topic Texas State Agency Publications Return to: Texas Government Information Texas Government Information
Browse agencies alphabetically: A-C D-J K-R S-Z Find word or phrase in page: Go to TRAIL (Texas Records And Information Locator) (Texas State Library) A-C Back to Top

12. UNT Libraries: Government Information Connection, K-12 Related Texas Association
financial resources and dedicated to the advancement of excellence for students inpublic education. texas Association of School boards (TASB) Promotes
Home U.S. Federal State Local/Regional ... National Associations and Interest Groups Return to: K-12 Home Categories
K-12 Education
K - 12 Related Texas Associations and Interest Groups
Included here are Texas associations and interest groups whose principle activities support general K - 12 education. Specialized educational associations and interest groups and their Web resources are listed under the appropriate curricula Subject Areas
    Association of Texas Professional Educators
    ATPE is concerned with quality education in Texas through partnerships with parents, business, community, and government.
    Just for the Kids
    A research and data analysis organization that provides student achievement data on Texas public schools. Included is a Campus-by-Campus analysis of data taken from the Texas Education Agency and a list of the High Performing Schools based upon the reading and math scores.
    Texas Association of Community Schools
    A professional association of small, rural and mid-sized school districts that brings together education leaders, information and financial resources and dedicated to the advancement of excellence for students in public education.
    Texas Association of School Administrators (TASAnet)
    Provides access to information for Texas school administrators and provides a jobline.

13. Texas Public Education Portal: FAQs For Policy Makers
texas Association of School boards; Where can I find the Acknowledgement Disclaimer Privacy Statement texas education Agency 1701 North Congress Avenue,3549,54,00.html

Teacher's Tool Bag ESCs School District Locator ... SEARCH
FAQs for Policy Makers
  • Where can I find out about sources of revenue for a district?
    Refer to the reports section of this site.

  • Where can I find information about district spending and staffing? About salaries?
    Select a district and pick a report you are interested in.
    TEA District General Information Reports

  • What school districts are located in my area?
    Use the map to find the districts in your area.
    Texas School District Locator Map

  • Where can I find more on curriculum and graduation requirements? Links to an array of graduation and curriculum requirement information. Texas Curriculum Requirements
  • Where can I find information on high school graduation rates? Pick the school district you are interested in and choose the report that you would like to see. Reports in Graduation Reports
  • What about testing information used for the latest district accountability ratings? Numerous links to information pertaining to district accountability ratings. TEA Accountabilty and Accreditation
  • Where can I find information about resources for school board trustees?
  • 14. Continuing Education Consultant - Texas State Library
    Dawn coordinates continuing education activities for the Library Development Divisionand consults with texas librarians, library systems, library boards, and
    Services to Librarians Consulting
    Continuing Education Consultant
    Dawn Vogler
    Dawn coordinates continuing education activities for the Library Development Division and consults with Texas librarians, library systems, library boards, and interested citizens in the areas of library operations and programming. She plans, coordinates, implements, presents, and evaluates continuing education workshops on a variety general library science topics. She also coordinates the Small Library Management Training Program , a highly successful series of management workshops developed for non-MLS public library directors serving communities of less than 25,000.
    Contact Dawn for information regarding the following topics, in addition to many other general areas of librarianship and continuing education:
    Small Library Management Training Program
    Texshare database training
    Library start-up
    Texas library laws
    Success metrics and providing value
    Library marketing and merchandising
    Customer service
    Electronic Publications:
    Library Laws of Texas
    Contact Information: E-mail:

    15. UTA School Of Education -- Education Links
    Educator Certification TASB texas Association of School boards TCET - texas TxDLA- texas Distance Learning Association TEA - texas education Agency TENET
    Home About the School Dean's Office Information for Students ... UTA Alumni Resources for Educators Agencies, Associations, Boards, Coalitions
    Children's Literature Assembly

    Citing Electronic Sources

    Educational and K-12 Sites
    WWW Scavenger Hunt Sites
    AGENCIES, ASSOCIATIONS, BOARDS, COALITIONS: [ back to top National DOE - U.S. Department of Education
    - National Board for Professional Teaching Standards
    - National PTA web site Texas ATPE - Association of Texas Professional Educators
    - ExCET Study Guides
    - State Board for Educator Certification
    - Texas Association of School Boards
    - Texas Center for Educational Technology TCTA - Texas Classroom Teachers Association TxDLA - Texas Distance Learning Association TEA - Texas Education Agency TENET - Texas Education Network THECB - Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board TLA - Texas Library Association TPLI - Texas Principals Leadership Initiative TRESC - Texas Regional Education Service Centers TWC - Texas Workforce Commission CITING ELECTRONIC RESOURCES: [ back to top APA - Electronic Reference Formats Recommended by the American Psychological Association MLA Style - Modern Language Association.

    16. State Departments Of Education
    State boards of education. Ohio Ohio education Computer Network texas Allen IndependentSchool District Allen texas With a calendar of events, schools listing
    State Boards of Education
    Click on the name of the state to go to that state's Department of Education web site. Other education-related administrative bodies for that state are listed below.

    17. The Center For Education Reform: Texas' Charter Law
    CER Grade ATexas (1995; last amended in 2001). Local school boards for conversionsand state board of education for openenrollments (new starts).
    Making Schools Work Better for All Children
    Charter School Legislation:
    Profile of Texas' Charter School Law
    Note : The following ranking and analysis reflects the state's law as of 2001. For the most recent state law profile, please contact the Center for Education Reform or order Charter School Laws Across the States: Ranking Score Card and Legislative Profiles from our Publications page Texas (1995; last amended in 2001) The 19 th strongest of the nation's 38 charter laws General Statistics Number of Schools Allowed 215, not including schools started by public universities Number of Charters Operating (As of Fall 2001)) Approval Process Eligible Chartering Authorities Local school boards for conversions and state board of education for open-enrollments (new starts) Eligible Applicants For conversion charters, parents and teachers at existing public schools; for open-enrollment charters, existing public or private schools, parents, teachers, public or private institutions of higher education, non-profit organizations, governmental entities Types of Charter Schools Converted public, converted private, new starts (but not home-based schools)

    18. EPI Links Page
    The Separation of School and State Alliance Teacher Quality Clearinghouse texas educationConsumers Association. of State boards of education National Center
    Home Reform Briefs Newsletter Pubs List ... E-mail EPI
    Links to Other Education Sites
    EPI offers these links for informational purposes only.
    No endorsement should be assumed for any organization due to its inclusion on this page. News Organizations
    Education Reform Organizations
    CATO Education Reform Studies
    The Center for Education Reform

    Center on Education and Work

    CEO America - Privately Funded Vouchers
    Texas Education Consumers Association
    Professional Education-Related Associations
    American Assn. of Community Colleges
    American Assn. of School Administrators

    Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development

    Christian Educators Association International
    National School Boards Association
    State/Federal Government and Related Education Sites
    IBM: Achieve, Inc. - An Educational Partnership of Big Business and State Governors
    Education Commission of the States
    House Committee on Education and the Workforce Library of Congress ... U.S. Department of Education
    Teacher Unions, Associations, and Related Sites
    American Federation of Teachers (AFT) Association of American Educators (AAE) Education Intelligence Agency Education International ... Professional Educators of Tennessee
    For-Profit Education Links
    Advantage Schools Edison Schools

    19. Texas State Board Of Education Resolution -- January 2001 Education Reporter
    further states that ensuring safety for texas public education That the State Boardof education does hereby urge all local school district boards of trustees
    Alerts Collegians PS Column Court Watch ... Contact Us
    Eagle Forum Website
    Back to Jan. Ed Reporter
    NUMBER 180 THE NEWSPAPER OF EDUCATION RIGHTS JANUARY 2001 Texas State Board of Education Resolution Whereas , The mission of the public education system of this state is to ensure that all Texas children have access to a quality education that enables them to achieve their potential and fully participate now and in the future in the social, economic, and educational opportunities of our state and nation; and Whereas , The State Board of Education envisions in its long-range plan for public education a system of public education that is based on the fundamental principles that all students can learn, and all educators can develop the knowledge and expertise to implement programs that ensure all students can learn; and Whereas , the Texas State Board of Education dedicates itself to improving the academic achievement of all students; and Whereas , the responsibility of school personnel is to ensure student achievement; and Whereas , only medical personnel can recommend the use of prescribed medication; and

    20. Textbook Committees
    A decision in California or texas may have repercussions throughout the direct muchof their energy toward the state boards of education and curriculum
    Textbook Committees:
    Historically, this has been one of the creationist's most successful tactics. The idea here is to influence the treatment of evolution in biology textbooks, insuring that the subject is mentioned only briefly or not at all. Dorothy Nelkin describes how this tactic works: The creationist effort to influence the state textbook committees usually focuses on a handful of large states, where they can the get maximum effect for a minimum expenditure of money and manpower. The state of California alone, for instance, accounts for over ten percent of all money spent on textbooks in the United States. Another large state, Texas, has traditionally been sympathetic to the creationists (in 1994, the Republican Party in Texas adopted a platform plank advocating teaching creationism in the schools), and also accounts for a large portion of the textbook market. In both of these states, creationists attempt to win a majority on the textbook selection committees so they can influence the content of biology textbooks. By pressuring these large markets towards expunging or limiting mention of evolution in textbooks, the creationists hope to influence the textbooks which are made available to other states as well. And such efforts seem to have been at least partially successful. In the late 1970's, when creationists were attempting to pressure the California state education committee to mandate "equal treatment" for creation science, The most widely- used biology textbook in the state (also used throughout the country)

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