Texas' Long-Range Plan for Public Education
The Texas State Board of Education's Long-Range Plan for Public Education establishes goals in public education,
now through 2030.
"The Texas State Board of Education is required by law
to adopt a plan for Texas public education.
I am very proud to have been the only Democrat
elected by my colleagues to serve on this committee."
Thank you, Texas, for sharing
your thoughts and helpin us include priorities from across the State.
Read the FINAL Survey Results
Made up of state board members, various stakeholder group representatives and representatives from three state agencies.
Read about the 18-member Committee
Take a look at the Technology Plan
Read the Technology Plan
INITIAL MEETING OF THE LONG-RANGE PLAN
We identified four broad goals which are the focus of our work:
1. Equity and access
2. Teacher recruitment, preparation, and retention
3. Student engagement and empowerment to provide effective support systems for students and prepare them for life after high school
4.Family engagement and empowerment to help parents become strong advocates for their children in the education system
THE DEMOGRAPHER'S REPORT
12 September 2017
- 50-76% of El Paso’s public school students live in poverty
- Texas is #5 in teen births
- Demographer's quote: "If we don't change the way we educate Latino students, Texas will be in dire straits."
Advanced Courses, Family & Community Engagement, School Finance, and Technology
6 November 2017
Materials & Resources:
National Standards for Family-School Partnerships
Defining Family Engagement
Organizing Schools for Improvement
TEALS: Closing the Computer Science Gap
Georgetown University: America's Divided Recovery
Joe Winoski, School Finance Expert of Moak Casey
9 April 2018
Data & Research
The 1st Texas State Board of Education
Long-Range Plan for Public Education Community Conversation occurs in El Paso, 2 November 2017
Thank you El Paso for lending your voice to the Long Range Plan for Texas Public Education