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Begin With the End in Mind
(The Habit of Personal Vision)
Stephen R. Covey

About Us

VISION

To deliver education, workforce, and post-secondary education and training transition outcomes for students through innovative service delivery and partnerships that result in efficiencies, alignments, and accountability.
 

News & Announcements

Hiring Opportunities During COVID-19

In an effort to support our students during the ever changing COVID-19 crisis, we are sharing constructive information and resources. Please see the attached document.

Assistance and Resources During COVID-19

In an effort to support our students during the ever changing COVID-19 crisis, we are sharing constructive information and resources. Please see the attached document.

Events Calendar

Our Program At A Glance

  • Average Students Served Annually: 1,916
  • Employees changed to Experienced Faculty: 59
  • Programs & Services Offered: 7 Career Navigator Distance Learning English for Professionals English Second Language English Second Language/ EL Civics Integrated Education and Training (IET) Texas Certificate of High school Equivalency (GED®)
  • Recognitions: TxCHSE Graduation National Honor Society

Student Spotlight

Hang T. Le 2019-2020 TALAE Student of the Year
The Texas Association for Literacy and Adult Education (TALAE), a non-profit organization dedicated to providing professional development, networking, and statewide recognition to adult education programs in Texas, honored 19 recipients of the TALAE Award.  The award winners represented the student, support person, teacher, and administrator categories from adult education programs across the state.
 
TALAE honored recipients and guests of award winners at the annual TALAE Award Banquet on Friday, February 14, 2019 at 6:00 pm at the Dallas Fort Worth Airport Marriott North Hotel in Irving, Texas.  Winners received a cash award made possible by sponsorships from ETS- HiSET and Burlington English. Student nominees for the TALAE Awards are reviewed by members of the TALAE Board and evaluated based on criteria such as leadership, persistence, motivation, contribution to others, and level of self-directed learning.
 
Congratulations!
Mrs. Hang Le, Region 20, San Antonio
TALAE ESL Persistence 
Student of the Year Award

Teacher Spotlight

Irene Cook ESL/Citizenship Instructor
Ms. Irene Cook serves as a ESL teacher with passion. She is, constantly pushing her students to perform at their highest ability, and, equally important, herself to do better and be better! She is recognized as a coach “who recognizes the strengths in each of her students and places them in the right positions to help them grow. She sees the potential in her students when they may not see it in themselves. She is an advent instructor that leads with the end in mind and mentoring each student along their pathway. Ms. Cook impacts her students’ lives as she continues to drive rigor, equity, opportunity, and joy into her classroom.

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