The TCBSBM is a non-profit organization that speaks on behalf of quality education for African Americans in the state of Texas and speaks to the following associations:

National School Board Association (NSBA) | National Caucus of Black School Board Members (BC) | Texas Association of School Boards (TASB)
National Alliance for Black School Educators (NABSE) | Texas Alliance for Black School Educators (TABSE)

 

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Upcoming: TASA | TASB Annual Convention September 24-26, 2021


Texas School Board Members Registration Opens Soon
Please make plans to attend this event which will be held Friday, September 24, 2021 - Sunday, September 26, 2021 in Dallas, Texas. Reminder the Caucus will host it's annual membership meeting @ Noon on Friday to obtain important updates, and election of 2021-2022 officers. (Click for more details)


Calling All Texas HBCUs

Internship Opportunity Available



President, Ann Williams

The President's Message for November 2020

  Click to see Video of the president’s message!
I pray that this message finds you safe and in good health.  Thirty days ago, I garnered the trust and confidence of fellow African American board members to lead as President of the Texas Caucus of Black School Board Members. Since that time, the executive board and I have been working fiercely behind the scene to deliver on several promises.   To learn more of what is planned ahead and how you can play an active role in fulfilling the promise.



LATEST NEWS


Nominations are NOW OPEN for Election of 2021-2022 Officers

My name is Jean Hinchen Williams, member of Henderson ISD Board of Trustees. I have been asked to serve as Chair of the Nominations Committee and solicit your involvement in this process. If you are interested in serving as an officer please CLICK HERE for more details.

Deadline: Application must be email to: nominations@tcbsbm.net by July 30, 2021.


TCBSBM Executive Board Approved the Proposed Resolution:

Proposed Resolution:

TCBSBM supports a curriculum that does not limit its instruction and discussions about current events and America’s and Texas’ history and other social issues.

 

Statement of Reason

TCBSBM’s priority issue on a curriculum  that is not limited in instruction  and discussion around historical and current events and social issues. Teachers should not be limited in their instruction of the contributions of any ethnic group in American and Texas history. Also teachers should be allowed to instruct and engage students in important conversations about American current events that are often used to trace back to historical events and give a more in depth perspective into the history of America and the state of Texas.


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