Interview with Reagan Flowers

Reagan Flowers

Also running for Harris County Department of Education, Position 6, Precinct 1 is Reagan Flowers, who holds a PhD in Education Leadership from the Union Institute and University. She has been a science teacher, dean of students, and School Improvement Facilitator at different HISD campuses in her career, and today she runs an education support non-profit that she founded called CSTEM. Here’s what we talked about:

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4 Responses to Interview with Reagan Flowers

  1. joshua bullard says:

    Reagan Flowers sounds good in theory but in reality her vision is a non starter,she has a strong history and background in heavy-overtaxation of the voters-She will vote to tax high and heavy and will certainly invite goverment into your pockets for education programs that are outdated and over funded already,shes a nice ladie and everything, dont get me wrong on this point,its simply that her over taxing vision is improper for the harris county d of ed at this.

    I will load the wagon and vote againt reagon flowers.
    respectfully submitted
    joshua ben bullard

  2. Barbara H says:

    I beg to differ. I feel that we are in NEED of programs that will support future doctors, chemists, lawyers, engineers, teachers, etc. Government has and will always be in our pockets for frivolous reasons. I remain faithful that with the right person in office, funds will someday be appropriated for programs that actually work. Lets face it, our education system is POOR! We are in a new age and we need more awareness of the consequences that we may face if we turn our backs.

  3. Henry Cotton says:

    I differ also Barbara. I didn’t hear Dr. Flowers say anything about raising taxes. If fact I thought that I heard her say that the property taxes were a small percentage of the total HCDE budget and that she saw no reason to seek an increase. I will listen again to see if Dr. Flowers said anything that would indicate that she has an “over taxing” vision.
    The only vision that I heard in the interview was one that is futuristic. A vision that would greatly increase HCDE students to more Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics disciplines which would move the district as a whole, forward.

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