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What does SBOE mean?

The State Board of Education (SBOE) sets policies and standards for Texas public schools. The primary responsibilities of the SBOE include:

  • Setting curriculum standards
  • Reviewing and adopting instructional materials
  • Establishing graduation requirements
  • Overseeing the Texas Permanent School Fund
  • Appointing board members to military reservation and special school districts
  • Providing final review of rules proposed by the State Board for Educator Certification
  • Reviewing the commissioner's proposed award of new charter schools, with authority to veto a recommended applicant
  • The next SBOE meeting will be Nov. 13-16, 2018. (Source: https://tea.texas.gov/sboe/)
Get to know SBOE Members
 

There are 15 state Board of Education members who are elected by Texans to four year terms of office. Each member represents about 1.8 million Texans. The board members are listed by district below. Click on a member's name to see their full biography.

https://tea.texas.gov/About_TEA/Leadership/State_Board_of_Education/Board_Members/SBOE_Members/

 
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