TABSE Seeks To:
  • Promote and facilitate the education of all students, especially those of African descent.
  • Establish a coalition of educators directly involved in the educational process of African-American students.
  • Create a forum for the exchange of ideas and strategies to improve opportunities for people of African descent.

Welcome to TABSE

The Texas Alliance of Black School Educators (TABSE) is an affiliate of the National Alliance of Black School Educators (NABSE). TABSE is committed to improving the educational achievement of African-American students by increasing the participation and expansion of Texas affiliates. TABSE further believes in identifying and promoting those activities, which are designed to sensitize the public-at-large and educators, specifically to the needs of African-American students in academic and non-academic areas of development.

President’s Message

TABSE Executive Board Candidate

TABSE will conduct an election to fill four Executive Board positions scheduled to expire in 2015.

Read Executive Board Candidate Information Sheet!



TABSE Dues Increase 8/1/2014

TABSE Dues is increasing from $20 to $50 effective August 1, 2014.

Article III – Section 2, DUES: It was recommended that membership dues be raised to keep pace with existing operating costs, after no increase in the dues structure for the past decade. Recommended dues proposed are:

A. Regular Membership (voting member) from     $20.00 to $50.00.
B. Paraprofessional and (fulltime students-not     employed full time) from $10.00 to $15.00.
C. Retired members (Voting member) from     $10.00 to $15.00.

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Region 10 Selects Dr. Michael D. McFarland as Superintendent of the Year

The Lancaster Independent School District transformation has not gone unnoticed and on Thursday, June 17, the Region 10 Education Service Center confirmed Dr. McFarland as its Regional Superintendent of the Year. Read more…