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Responding to a Bad T-PESS Evaluation
TEPSA Outside General Counsel Kevin Lungwitz shares why writing a response is a time-honored, professional activity that is almost always recommended following a bad evaluation.

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The Path to the Principalship: Effective and Influential Moves
Principal Valerie Walker lists 10 tips she believes anyone who wants to become a principal should know and do well.

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Keeping Equity the Focus of Your Campus: Eight Things to Keep Top of Mind
Principal LaToya Patterson shares eight steps to help ensure equity on your campus.

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Five Things You Need to Know About Dyslexia
With the revised Dyslexia Handbook, the state has be­gun inching its way to handling dyslexia the same as any other disability that may require special education and related services. Kristin McGuire from the Texas Council of Adminis­trators of Special Education shares five things principals need to know about dyslexia.

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