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.

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TABSE 30th Annual Conference – Register Today!

TABSE 30th Annual Conference

Executive Board Election Results

TABSE recently conducted an election to fill the Executive Board positions of Corresponding Secretary, Financial Secretary, Historian and Chaplain Each position is a two year term which will begin at the conclusion of the Annual State Conference in Houston. Newly elected Board members include:

Dr. Joann Rucker  –  Corresponding Secretary
Mr. Mark Hyde       –  Financial Secretary
Dr.Tawana Grover – Historian
Mr. Spencer            – Chaplain

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TABSE News

Dr. Nelson Named 2014 Superintendent of the Year!

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(Dallas) – A. Marcus Nelson, chief executive of Laredo ISD, was named Superintendent of the Year (SOTY) by the Texas Association of School Boards in Dallas, September 26.
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Executive Director Position

Act as Chief Executive Officer of Region 9 Education Service Center. Perform all executive functions as required by the Board of Directors and the Commissioner of Education. Lead region in fulfilling its established passion/vision; purpose/mission; and principles.

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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…