Just a reminder: Save Texas Schools

Just a reminder:

Save Texas Schools – Fund Public Education Now!

Our Schools, Our Kids, Our Future

Texas students are tough, but they’ve never faced a crisis like this. In every school district across the Lone Star State, the same grim headlines repeat: campus closures, teacher layoffs, drastic cuts to core academic programs.

The culprit is a $27 billion state budget hole, which some say could have been avoided. But casting blame now doesn’t help. The challenge is to keep our schools open for all students.

There is help for Texas students if our leaders have the courage to use it.

Tell your elected officials to:

  • Keep Texas smart – make education a top priority!
  • Use the $9.3 Billion Texas “Rainy Day” Fund to support schools
  • Sign the paperwork for $830 Million in federal aid for teachers
  • Fix school funding laws to be fair to all districts and to our growing student population.

These tools can save our schools. Call, write or email today!

Find your elected representatives here: http://www.fyi.legis.state.tx.us/

Contact Governor Rick Perry here: http://www.governor.state.tx.us/contact/

In hard times, we must invest in Texas students…our future depends on it!

Across the state, thousands of concerned citizens are taking the Save Texas Schools pledge and many have signed up to come to the rally on March 12. Contact us at [email protected] to connect with folks from your area, including supporters from the following school districts:

Alamo Heights ISD, Aldine ISD, Aledo ISD, Allen ISD, Angleton ISD, Aransas County ISD, Arlington ISD, Austin ISD, Avalon ISD, Azle ISD, Birdville ISD, Brewster ISD, Brock ISD, Burleson ISD, Carroll ISD, Carrolton ISD, Cedar Hill ISD, Clear Creek ISD, Cleburne ISD, Coldspring-Oakhurst ISD, Comal ISD, Conroe ISD, Coppell ISD, Corsicana ISD, Crosby ISD, Crowley ISD, Cypress-Fairbanks ISD, Daingerfield-Lone Star ISD. Dallas ISD, Decatur ISD, Denton ISD, DeSoto ISD, Eanes ISD, Edinburg ICSD, Eagle Mountain-Saginaw ISD, Everman ISD, Fort Worth ISD, Galena Park ISD, Garland ISD, Gilmer ISD, Gladewater ISD, Goodrich ISD, Goose Creek CISD, Graford ISD, Grand Prairie ISD, Gustine ISD, Hays CISD, Houston ISD, Howard ISD, Hudson ISD, Humble ISD, Huntsville ISD, Irving ISD, Judson ISD, Katy ISD, Keller ISD, Klein ISD, Lake Worth ISD, Leander ISD, Lewisville ISD, Little Cypress- Mauriceville CISD, Lorenzo ISD, Lufkin ISD, Madisonville CISD, Magnolia ISD, Mansfield ISD, Menard ISD, Mesquite ISD, Midway ISD, Nacogdoches ISD, Needville ISD, New Braunfels ISD, New Caney ISD, North East ISD, Northside ISD, Paducah ISD, Pasadena ISD, Pearland ISD, Pflugerville ISD, Plano ISD, Quinlan ISD, Randolph Field ISD, Round Rock ISD, San Antonio ISD, Schertz Cibolo ISD, South San Antonio ISD, Spring ISD, Sonora ISD, Tidehaven ISD, Tomball ISD, Tyler ISD, United ISD, Waelder ISD, Waller ISD, Weatherford ISD, Willis ISD, Wills Point ISD, Wimberly ISD.

Click here to become a supporter of Save Texas Schools.

See Save Texas Schools for more. In particular, see here for a list of caravans and buses, and here for an FAQ. Alief ISD has organized bus transportation now – see here for the details. Get involved and make your voice heard while you still can. Martha and John have more.

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One Response to Just a reminder: Save Texas Schools

  1. sam says:


    This company is managing the student and faculty data in about 50% of TX schools. Notice how much money they make on their program which is filled with glitches. Why don’t voters get to vote on this sort of expenditure of our tax dollars????

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