When Texas lawmakers come back to Austin in January, there will be a new governor who touts public schools as a top priority, and plenty of money in the state bank account. But that doesn’t mean everything will go smoothly as the 84th Legislature navigates public education policy.
Registration is now open for the 2015 TxDLA Conference, “A Concert of Collaboration”, scheduled April 7-10 in Dallas, Texas. Visit the conference website to register.
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Formed in 1996, TxDLA is a nonprofit association promoting the development and application of all forms of distance learning and implementing effective distance learning strategies for Texans and other distance learning practitioners of the global community.
TxDLA is a chapter of the United States Distance Learning Association.
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