09.02.2014 — The Texas Association of School Administrators (TASA) today announced the expansion of digital resources in TASA on iTunes U® to now include the introduction of middle school core subjects and additional high school subject areas, including various career and technical education (CTE) and advanced academics.
08.25.2014 — The Texas Association of School Administrators (TASA) announced today that six outstanding educators from across Texas have been chosen as finalists in the Texas Teacher of the Year program.
08.21.2014 — In partnership with the Southern Regional Education Board (SREB), the Texas Association of School Administrators (TASA) has worked with Texas educators to align two SREB-developed college- and career-readiness courses with the Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS).
08.14.2014 — Five school boards from across the state were selected today as Texas Honor School Boards in the Texas Association of School Administrators' annual School Board Awards Program. The awards program recognizes outstanding Texas school boards whose commitment and service have made a positive impact on our public school students.
09.08.2014 — Every August before the Texas Legislature meets, state agencies are required to submit to the Governor's Office and Legislative Budget Board (LBB) a Legislative Appropriations Request (LAR) for the next biennium. TEA's entire LAR for fiscal years 2016 and 2017 is posted here. The request includes base budget items, as well as exceptional items (those that require new money beyond the base budget).
08.29.2014 — In a 21-page Final Judgment, State District Judge John Dietz declared the Texas school finance system "constitutionally inadequate, unsuitable, and financially inefficient" and ordered that further funding stop "under the system until the constitutional infirmities are corrected."
08.26.2014 — Texas State Senator Jane Nelson, R-Flower Mound, has instructed the Legislative Budget Board (LBB) to include the Texas Education Agency (TEA) in a zero-based budgeting pilot program for the upcoming session. The review will focus on administrative functions, grants and programs but will not include the Foundation School Program.
There is no substitute for developing contacts face-to-face. TASA offers you the opportunity to exhibit your products and services at major conferences held throughout the year, including Midwinter Conference, the Texas Assessment Conference, and the TASA/TASB Convention.
Web and Publication Advertising
TASA offers a variety of economical print advertising options, including our full-color journal INSIGHT, circulated to more than 3,000 prominent education leaders across the state. Print advertising is also available in several highly targeted electronic publications, including TASA Daily, TASA's very popular daily electronic newsletter, our legislative and policy newsletter, Capitol Watch, and Interchange, our monthly newsletter.
TASA's Corporate Partner Program
TASA's Corporate Partner Program gives companies that do business with schools ongoing recognition and visibility through a choice of event/advertising packages, ranging from $10,000 to $40,000. Each package offers special opportunities for Corporate Partners to sponsor professional learning opportunities and experience exclusive, face-to-face time with school leaders.Contact Johnny Veselka, Executive Director, or Pat Johnston, Director, Special Programs, to learn more about this program.