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TASB Grassroots Meetings are the first step for board members to identify the issues most important for your district and your region.
Texas schools are facing long-term legislative challenges, and it’s more important than ever for Texas trustees to stand up and advocate for our schools. A powerful way to do this is to participate in TASB’s Delegate Assembly.
You’re a part-time public servant with a full-time job, family, and other obligations. Regular trips to the Capitol to advocate for public education isn’t always possible. Here’s how you can make sure your voice and the will of your community are still represented every day.
Learn more about the Legislative Advisory Council (LAC)—made up of school trustees like you—and their role in merging regional advocacy priorities into the statewide Advocacy Priorities for the TASB Advocacy Agenda.
As a Texas school trustee, you help develop the TASB Advocacy Agenda. You influence what we propose to lawmakers and state leaders.
School board members like you created TASB, and they also govern it. The TASB Board of Directors continues to be elected and structured by TASB’s membership—since 1949, in fact. Here’s how.