November 6, 2015
WHAT: The Reform East Lubbock town hall meeting, sponsored by The VOICE Project. Select Estacado High School students will discuss the results of their community survey on education, racism and poverty and the legislation they drafted and submitted to Rep. Randy Neugebauer’s office.
Jacob Way, an advanced placement history teacher at Estacado High who taught these students, will moderate the discussion, then open the floor for questions. Food will be served.
This is the first of a series of meetings to discuss issues critical to the East Lubbock Community. The public is welcome to attend. These meetings are in conjunction with the East Lubbock Promise Neighborhood, a grant-funded partnership between Texas Tech University and several community organizations, including the Lubbock Independent School District. The focus is on ensuring families have the resources they need to be successful.
WHEN: 6-8 p.m. Monday (Nov. 9)
WHERE: Auditorium, Dunbar College Preparatory Academy, 2010 E. 26th St.
CONTACT: Lauren Brownell, director of marketing, College of Education, Texas Tech University (806) 834-5188 or email@example.com
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Programs in the college are housed in two departments. The Department of Curriculum and Instruction offers undergraduate programs leading to initial teaching certificates and graduate programs in bilingual education, curriculum and instruction, elementary education, language literacy and secondary education.
The Department of Educational Psychology and Leadership offers graduate programs in counselor education, educational leadership, educational psychology, higher education, instructional technology and special education.