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Texas Alliance of Black School Educators includes nine operating commissions with multiple functions. Each affiliate is charged with identifying one member to be the liaison at the state level of every committee. Listed below are the functions of the various commissions for review prior to assigning/selecting the committee participants.


Campus Leadership Commission
The function of this commission provides a forum for information exchange and collaboration among current and aspiring campus leadership of public educational systems.

Central Office Commission
The function of this commission shall be directly related to the administration, organization, operation, and management of local schools. This commission will explore practices relevant to the successful operation of schools and school programs.

Faith Based & Community Support Commission
The function of this commission shall be directly related to the issues of faith and community support and involvement in the public schools. The membership may be composed of clergy, parents, business persons, lay persons, retired educators, etc.

Governance in Education Commission
The function of this Commission shall be directly related to examining existing federal or state statutes and regulations or prevailing policies of local governing boards of school districts or institutions of higher education. Where analysis of existing statutes, regulations and/or policies suggest that modifications are required, it shall be the responsibility of this Commission to develop proposed new policy, regulations or legislation.

Higher Education and Research Commission
The function of this commission addresses programming, policy development and administrative issues of importance to institutions of higher education and any other activity directly related to the policies and administration of categorically funded programs.

Parents Commission
The function of this Commission shall be directly related to the motivation and collaboration of parents who support the TABSE mission. This Commission shall be composed of members or court-recognized advocates and not active educators currently in the work force.

Retired Educators Commission
The function of this Commission shall be directly related to the retention and continuing involvement of retirees in TABSE. This Commission shall be composed of members who are no longer in the active work force.

Superintendent Commission
The function of this commission provides a forum for information exchange and collaboration among current and former superintendents of public educational systems.

Teacher Commission
The function of this commission shall be directly related to the organization, operation, and management of elementary and secondary schools and any activity directly related to instructional strategies and programs and most supportive services delivered in a classroom setting.
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