• Immigration justice

    TSTA is part of the Teach-In for Freedom, an event designed to raise awareness of the thousands of children still being held in detention centers, scheduled for Sunday, February 17, at San Jacinto Plaza in El Paso.

  • March to the Capitol

    Join your fellow educators and friends of public education for a march to the Capitol and a rally on the south steps on Monday, March 11, 2019. The rally will begin at noon.

  • Keeping our eyes on the Capitol

    Follow the development of education-related bills in the 86th session of the Texas Legislature with our bill tracking tool.

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    Visit iTunes or Google Play for better design and flow, access to publications, and the ability to add TSTA events to your calendar.

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February 21, 2019

House Democratic Caucus addresses important educational priorities

Noel Candelaria, president of the Texas State Teachers Association, issued a statement on educational priorities.

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Help end the detention of children; join the Teach-In for Freedom

At last count, more than 10,000 innocent immigrant children were being detained by the U.S. government. Teachers Against Child Detention is holding a Teach-In for Freedom on Sunday, Feb. 17, at San Jacinto Plaza in El Paso, and TSTA members and other concerned members of the community are encouraged to attend or participate in some other way.

Grading Texas

Grading Texas

Turnover fever has taken hold in San Antonio ISD, where principals of as many as 10 more campuses are considering partnerships with outside organizations, including charters, which would control staffing, curriculum and other campus-level decisions. It makes you wonder what there will be left for the principals to do. Will they still be needed?

San Antonio Alliance demands transparency

The Alliance's President Shelley Potter demands transparency concerning the district's decision to turn over a neighborhood school to a corporate charter.

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