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The Center for Educational Leadership, Policy, and Professional Development

The Center for Educational Leadership, Policy and Professional Development welcomes you

The Center for Educational Leadership, Policy and Professional Development welcomes you

The Center for Educational Leadership, Policy, and Professional Development welcomes you!

The Center for Educational Leadership, Policy, and Professional Development welcomes you!

The Center for Educational Leadership, Policy, and Professional Development welcomes you!

The Center for Educational Leadership, Policy, and Professional Development welcomes you!

The Center for Educational Leadership, Policy, and Professional Development welcomes you!

The Center for Educational Leadership, Policy, and Professional Development welcomes you!


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The Center for Educational Leadership, Policy and Professional Development was established in 2009.  Housed in the College of Education and Human Development, the Center focuses on contemporary issues related to P-20 educational leadership, policy, and providing professional development opportunities.

Across the P-20 spectrum, educational institutions are being charged with providing successful educational experiences to increasingly diverse student populations while operating in the context of increased accountability and competition for scarce resources.

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House Bill 5: Aligning Industry and Education

Feb 10, 2015 | posted by Jo Ann Jones

Education reform in Texas has a new friend in high places. Newly-elected Republican Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick was one of the original authors of House Bill 5 (HB-5), along with state Rep. Jimmie Don Aycock (R- Kileen). The bill, which was passed in 2013, brings serious changes to current public school curriculum, campus and district accountability, and testing requirements. On February 4, UTSA held a superintendent’s symposium to discuss HB-5 and what it means for San Antonio’s public education system and the students it serves.

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