69 Years and Counting

Since 1954, Texas School Business has published stories for and about Texas educators and the districts they serve. Considered an institution in the world of public education for its insightful writing and positive message, Texas School Business is a staple among school leadership teams across the state.


Now exclusively online, Texas School Business is the only bimonthly magazine for administrators in Texas’ 1,200-plus public schools.

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.

In Each Issue

Texas School Business is known for providing the “who’s news” in Texas public schools. Each issue is packed with articles on current issues in Texas public education, profiles of Texas educators, photos from education association conferences and events, personnel announcements from districts across the state, and regular columns.

Who’s News

Texas School Business celebrates the professional accomplishments of Texas public school leaders! If your district has hired a new administrator or promoted someone from within, or if a school leader you know has won a professional award, email us and we will include it in the “Who’s News” section.

In the Spotlight

Texas School Business shines the spotlight on a Texas public school educator in every issue. If you know a thought leader or innovator working in our Texas public schools, let us know.

Student Voices

Student Voices is a regular section that provides an opportunity for students of all ages to share their experiences in Texas K-12 public schools.

The Arts

In each issue, an administrator or fine arts teacher writes The Arts column, sharing success stories and best practices from any branch of art education.

Regional View

Representatives from any Texas regional education service center are welcome to submit a Regional View column to showcase a successful program or service in their area or speak to a trend in public education and how their ESC is responding.

The Law Dawg-Unleashed

Jim Walsh co-founded Walsh Gallegos Treviño Russo & Kyle P.C. in 1983. From the beginning the focus of the firm was on serving public schools—helping the people who help the kids. Walsh is the principal author of “The Educator’s Guide to Texas School Law,” which is used as a textbook in many higher education programs. He also authored “The Common Sense Guide to Special Education Law.” His Texas School Business column features legal cases that impact Texas public schools and other topics related to school law.

The Back Page

Riney Jordan is a former teacher, principal, school public relations director, and assistant to the superintendent … all over a 30-year period in Grapevine-Colleyville ISD. Now he is a motivational speaker who presents regularly to businesses, schools, medical groups, and civic organizations. His stories in Texas School Businress are filled with humor, yet are often touching and heartwarming.

Bragging Rights Issue

Each year, the special “Bragging Rights” issue of Texas School Business highlights programs and initiatives in 12 Texas public school districts that showcase innovative thinking, passion, determination, and strong leadership.

Editorial Director

Dacia Rivers

Dacia Rivers has been a professional writer and editor since 1999, working on staff for several magazines and newspapers including Texas Co-op Power and Texas CEO Magazine. A proud parent of two kids enrolled in Texas public schools, Dacia joined Texas School Business as editorial director in November 2016. You can reach her directly at 512.695.0616.