In the spring of 2011, the Texas legislature cut education funding the first time in over four decades. And given the chance to end funding disparities, they walked away – pushing millions of Texas children aside.
But communities across the state are taking action to make sure that schools are equipped to guarantee that all children graduate ready for college and career. We have partnered with Intercultural Development Research Association (IDRA) League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC), the Mexican American School Board Members Association (MASBA) and Texas Center for Educational Policy (TCEP) to hold roundtable discussion around the state about how these cuts are harming communities.
You can get helpful resources and more information about those conversations by going clicking here