Texas Lone Star Magazine Advertising
Advertising in Texas Lone Star is the easiest way to get your company's name in front of more than 12,000 education leaders across Texas and the nation. The award-winning Texas Lone Star magazine is read by these stakeholder audiences, who purchase millions of dollars of school products and services each year:
School board members in every district
Trustees, by their role as education policymakers, are required to know a great deal about school district operations and education issues. Texas school board members read Texas Lone Star to help guide them in their governance positions and to stay abreast of education trends and topics.
Superintendents of every district
Texas school superintendents are responsible for overseeing the day-to-day functions of their districts. Local school systems are broad in operational scope, including everything from food systems and mass transportation to facilities design/construction and computer purchasing. Superintendents and district administrative leaders use Texas Lone Star to keep apprised of the latest education regulations and laws and to read about best practices and innovative operational methods.
School district administrators such as business officials, risk management officers, public relations staff, and human resource personnel read Texas Lone Star for timely information regarding the many administrative aspects of running a school system.
Education service center directors across the state
The 20 regional education service centers (ESCs) in Texas provide invaluable resources to school districts within their respective regions. As sources of support for local school systems, ESCs must stay attuned to developments in professional training and technical assistance. ESC directors read Texas Lone Star to support their efforts to assist local schools.
State and national lawmakers representing Texas
Texas Lone Star also is read by officeholders from the Governor's Office and the Texas House and Senate to the members of the Texas delegation to the U.S. Congress. TASB has a strong voice in Austin and Washington, D.C., and lawmakers read Texas Lone Star and other Association publications regularly.
Texas Lone Star is published 10 times a year, and a special issue produced each summer reaches more than 30,000 readers. Please see the rate card, available in the Downloads box at right, for rates, deadlines, and sizes.
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