The September/October issue of Texas School Business, published by TASA, shines a light on Texas’ public school libraries, highlighting some of the outstanding programs going on in Galena Park, Little Elm and Tomball ISDs. The issue also profiles TASA President LaTonya Goffney and Fort Worth ISD’s Victor Eugenio. You’ll also find a Regional View column from Region One ESC, focusing on their successful esports program. And if you missed TASSP’s summer workshop or TASPA’s summer conference, you can catch up with photo features on both events. Finally, don’t miss your favorite columns by Jim Walsh and Riney Jordan, plenty of Who’s News, and more.
The summer issue of TASA’s INSIGHT introduces TASA’s 2023-24 officers: LaTonya Goffney, Martha Salazar-Zamora, Chris Moran, and Gonzalo Salazar. It gives leaders a look back at TASA’s third annual txedFest, held in Round Rock last month. And it features several more of TASA’s “Inspiring Leaders.” The “Leadership Perspective” is a fit for summer with health and wellness tips for leaders from Wondr Health’s Todd Whitthorne. A “Tech Take” on personalized learning by Dr. Karla Burkholder of TETL and Chris McMurray of the Learning Counsel. And Amy Hayes and Wesley D. Hickey of UT-Tyler share the “Higher Education” perspective on helping underrepresented students navigate STEM.
TASA has announced that six outstanding educators from across Texas have been chosen as finalists in the 2024 Texas Teacher of the Year program. Texas Elementary Teacher of the Year Finalists Isela Russell, Wellington Elementary School, Lewisville ISD Isela Russell,...
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