Texas School Business
The May/June issue of Texas School Business looks at one of the hottest topics of the day — AI in the classroom. The issue also profiles TABSE President Christopher Pichon, TACS President Kayla Morrison, and TAPSA President Al Rodriguez. ESC Region 12 provides the “Regional View” this issue, while long-time art teacher Jami Bevans writes about the importance of art education in “The Arts.” And, of course, the issue also includes your favorite columns by Jim Walsh and Riney Jordan, plenty of Who’s News, and more.
THE NEWS MAGAZINE FOR PUBLIC EDUCATION IN TEXAS
70 Years and Counting
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.
Pecos-Barstow-Toyah ISD/Odessa College’s educational summer experience for students, TASBO President Shay Adams, TASB President Debbie Gillespie, “Student Voices” by podcasting Silsbee ISD FFA students, your favorite columns by Jim Walsh and Riney Jordan, plenty of Who’s News, and more
Quinlan ISD’s innovative teacher recruitment and retention programs, TSPRA President Megan Overman of Eagle Mountain-Saginaw ISD, photo highlights of Texas ASCD’s recent conference, “Regional View” from ESC Region 7 on best practices one district is using to improve motor skills in its youngest students, columns by Jim Walsh and Riney Jordan, lots and lots of Who’s News, and more
2022 Texas Superintendent of the Year (and Texas’ nominee for 2023 National Superintendent of the Year) Bobby Ott, 2022 Outstanding School Board Lyford CISD, 2022 TSPRA Key Communicator James Colbert Jr., the evolving role of the CTO, “Student Voices” by Schertz-Cibolo-Universal City ISD student Vanessa Macaluso, columns by Jim Walsh and Riney Jordan, lots and lots of Who’s News, and more
The passionate advocates in school districts across Texas who are going above and beyond to support students experiencing homelessness, TASA President Gonzalo Salazar, TALAS President Xavier De La Torre, how a Frisco ISD principal learned how to play the clarinet alongside a class of 11-year-olds, columns by Jim Walsh and Riney Jordan, a lot of Who’s News, and more