Wednesday, January 18, 2017

Joe Straus' local ISD superintendent is current president of Texas Association of School Administrators....


Do not be deceived: “Evil company corrupts good habits.”
1 Corinthians 15:33

For those who've never heard of them, the Texas Association of School Administrators (TASA) are a taxpayer-funded lobbying group for the socialized education bureaucracy.  A few years ago, they were involved in some very serious shenanigans.  In the process of examining their priorities for the current legislative session, we noticed something very interesting on their "Note from Our President" page:


LOL, Alamo Heights.  Now who, pray tell, is the state representative from Alamo Heights?!?  O.K. fine, we tipped it off in the headline, but still:
In addition to serving as Speaker, he represents Texas House District 121, which includes the Bexar County communities of Alamo Heights, Olmos Park, Terrell Hills, and northeast San Antonio.

[Author's Note: Emphasis added.]
The funniest part is that, while HD-121 includes parts of 5 ISD's, Alamo Heights ISD is where Joe actually lives.

Bottom Line: With school choice receiving an unprecedented push this session, this has to be one of the most flagrant acts of political sucking up we've ever seen (it's also a sign of fear).

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