Educator Sexual Misconduct
Educator sexual misconduct
Student off-campus speech
Texas Educators' Code of Ethics
December 9, 2015
David P. Thompson
Mr. Chairman and members of the Texas Senate Education Committee: Thank you for the invitation and opportunity to testify before you today and for your selfless service and advocacy on behalf of the schoolchildren of Texas.
My name is David Thompson, and I am currently...
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January 2, 2019
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October 31, 2017
David's Texas House Public Education Testimony 5/11/2016
May 26, 2016
When are Texas Government Officials' Personal Email Addresses Public Records?
April 18, 2016
Texas Supreme Court Reopens Cheerleader Banner Case
March 11, 2016
Former Texas Student’s Title IX and Section 1983 Sexual Abuse Lawsuits Dismissed for Untimely Filing
December 17, 2015
Fifth Circuit Affirms Grant of Summary Judgment to Texas School District in Race Bullying/Discrimination Claim
Superintendent Entitled to Qualified Immunity in First Amendment Retaliation Claim
David's Texas Senate Education Committee Testimony 12/7/2015
Since the passage of Senate Bill 7 by the 85th Texas Legislature in 2017, the State Board for Educator Certification (SBEC) has been very busy writing...
Mr. Chairman and members of the Texas Senate Education Committee: Thank you for the invitation and opportunity to testify before you today and for you...
In last week’s blog post, we visited a recent revision to the Texas educator discipline provisions found in Chapter 249 of the Texas Administrative Co...