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Taylor Williams achieved her lifelong goal of being a teacher after graduating from Texas Woman’s University, but when the time came to move into administration, she was ready. Now, as Slidell ISD’s new superintendent, she remains focused on students.
Registration opens for 2019 New Teacher Academy
The Texas Woman's University Department of Teacher Education will host its 6th annual New Teacher Academy Tuesday, July 16 on the TWU Denton campus. Learn more about the 2019 academy and register here.
A Texas Woman’s University collaborative still in its early stages already has gained the attention of the state’s higher education governing board.
Ask Texas Woman’s University senior Lauren Bach what she did over the summer, and no doubt the highlight will be volunteering at the National Special Olympics games, held July 1-6 in Seattle.
The New Teacher Academy reached a couple of milestones Tuesday, July 17, marking its fifth year and more than 100 participants — a record for the annual event.
A new school year begins in a few weeks, and for some, it means a new school, new classrooms and new students.
A teacher just starting out would, understandably, be nervous.
Registration opens for 2018 New Teacher Academy
Registration for the 2018 New Teacher Academy is now available online. The Academy, now in its fifth year, offers support for recent Texas Woman's University graduates who are in the first three years of their teaching careers. Learn more about the 2018 Academy and register here.
The start of a school year invariably includes talk of “What I did over summer break.” Holly Hansen-Thomas’ story is bound to induce jet lag.
BESO (Bilingual Education Student Organization) had some busy summer happenings! The TWU BESO hosted North Texas area universities to share some insights in job interviews, expectations, and networking for students. BESO (Bilingual Education Student Organization) had some busy summer happenings! The TWU BESO hosted North Texas area universities to share some insights in job interviews, expectations, and networking for students.
A “triple crown” teacher certification program beginning this fall at Texas Woman’s University will prepare new teachers to meet the needs of all students in the classroom. The degree program — which offers teacher candidates the potential to graduate with core subjects, special education and English as a Second Language (ESL) certification — is believed to be the first of its kind in the state.
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