Texas K-16 Reform: The El Paso Story
AbstractThe University of Texas at El Paso has provided leadership and support for several K-16 reform collaborative activities in the El Paso area. A closed-loop K-12 preservice teacher preparation system supported by generous extramural funding has provided the university, the community college, and local schools with opportunities for conversation, a shared vision, and change. Lessons learned and strategies used should prove beneficial in other metropolitan K-16 settings.
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