Texas School Business
The September/October 2021 issue of Texas School Business takes a look at a couple of ways districts are working to help students catch up academically. The issue also highlights TASA President Doug Williams and TALAS President Rick Lopez. And don’t miss “The Digital Frontier” by Alice Owen, executive director of Texas Education Technology Leaders (formerly the Texas K-12 CTO Council), your favorite columns by Jim Walsh and Riney Jordan, lots and lots of Who’s News, photos from TASPA’s summer conference, and more.
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Each new issue is emailed to all members of the Texas Association of School Administrators, which has published the magazine since 2014, and other subscribers. Readers include school superintendents, chief business officers, personnel directors, central office administrators, principals, association executives, and school board members in Texas public schools.
The Holdsworth Center’s new Lake Austin campus for for Texas school leaders, TASPA President Martha Carrasco, Texas ASCD President Priscilla Canales, “The Arts” by Carrollton-Farmers Branch ISD teacher Victoria Villareal, columns by Jim Walsh and Riney Jordan, Who’s News, and more.
The challenges of the 2020-21 school year through the eyes of school counselors, TEPSA President Lorena Zertuche, TACS President Kevin Noack, photos from TSPRA’s annual conference, the TexBuy Purchasing Cooperative by Region 16, Garland ISD’s private cellular network infrastructure pilot, columns by Jim Walsh and Riney Jordan, Who’s News, and more.
Small, rural districts working to break the cycle of generational poverty through the P-20 model, TASB President Jim Rice, Northwest ISD’s NHSTV program, the business of user-centered design by the Region 13 ESC, columns by Jim Walsh and Riney Jordan, Who’s News, and more.
Killeen ISD’s new African-American studies course — one of the first in the state, TSPRA President-Elect Veronica Sopher, TASBO President-Elect Darrell Dodds, how instructional technology has reimagined the student learning experience during the pandemic in Richardson ISD, a view into Aldine ISD’s visual arts program, student perspective from PSJA ISD’s Ana Paula Villicana, columns by Jim Walsh and Riney Jordan, and more.