Higher Ed and K-12 Leaders Point Fingers in Texas

July 21, 2016

The tendency of higher education and K-12 leaders to point fingers at one another was on display in Texas Wednesday. The Texas Tribune reported that Raymund Paredes, Texas higher education commissioner, spoke before the State Board of Education and said that it isn’t doing enough to assure that students in the K-12 system are college ready upon graduation. The response of members of the state board was to say that Texas colleges aren’t producing enough quality teachers.

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