The Texas Education Agency on Friday will be releasing to the public a new provisional ratings report for schools across the state using its new "A through F" formula mandated by House Bill 2804.
More than 25 superintendents from Central Texas school districts will be at a news conference tomorrow to discuss their concerns about that new rating system, what improvements need to be made, and how it will affect their campuses and students.
There will be live statements from a handful of superintendents, a presentation by curriculum experts explaining the new system, and a Q & A session afterwards.
According to the Texas Association of School Administrators, more than 140 school boards across the state have adopted resolutions opposing the new grading system for schools.
We hope you can join us:
Who: More than 25 Central Texas Superintendents in one room
What: News Conference regarding the new "A-F" school grading system
When: Friday, January 6, 2017 at 1:30 p.m.
Where: Region 12 ESC in Waco, 2102 W. Loop 340, Waco, Tx 76712
Why: Your chance to hear from educators about their widespread concerns over the new grading system.
For questions or more info, contact:
Director of Communications
3rd Floor Administration Bldg.
501 Franklin Ave.
P.O. Box 27
Waco, Tx 76703-0027