Review of Texas Education Agency
Page reviewed 2014-05-07
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Top 5 Posts by Texas Education Agency
|2014-04-24||Almost 80 percent of 5th and 8th graders successfully passed their STAAR...||45||22||42|
|2014-05-05||As part of Texas' NCLB waiver, the TEA has submitted plans to the US...||7||4||24|
|2014-04-18||Need a guide to the STAAR tests? We've published two new brochures, ...||10||3||12|
|2014-04-29||The graduation rates for Texas students graduating in 2010-2011 and...||17||0||7|
|2014-04-14||Texas Commissioner of Education Michael Williams today announced his...||11||8||0|