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Dr. Carol G. Perez, to serve in a new state Superintendent Advisory Group

Mission CISD Superintendent, Dr. Carol G. Perez, to serve in a new state Superintendent Advisory Group

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Mission Consolidated Independent School District (CISD) Superintendent Dr. Carol G. Perez has just been nominated to participate in the Superintendent Advisory Group for the Effective District Framework (EDF) diagnostic tool development with the Texas Education Agency (TEA).

The nomination was made by Dr. Eduardo Cancino, Region One Education Service Center Interim Director. A total of 45 nominations were sent in and only 25 were selected to serve in the first group of superintendents throughout the state. Dr. Perez was one of those first 25 selected to serve in this first group.

“It is such a great honor to have been selected to serve as part of the Superintendent Advisory Group,” states Dr. Perez, Mission CISD Superintendent. “The group will establish the statewide vision for excellent education for all school districts in Texas by creating the school districts’  Effective Schools Framework. I am excited and humbled to be providing my input in the development of this very important framework.”

A few select Superintendents from across the state were notified last week of their nomination to serve as part of a new Superintendent Advisory Group with the Texas Education Agency (TEA).  These superintendents were nominated by Commissioner of Education Mike Morath and/or Executive Directors of Regional Education Service Centers (ESC) for their experience, expertise, and desire to inform and support the development of the Effective District Framework and associated diagnostic tools and resources. 

This advisory group will be engaged throughout this summer and will provide key feedback in a timely manner. The Effective District Framework is tentatively scheduled to be released next school year and will aim to identify the highest leverage effective district systems and practices that can best support the implementation of the Effective Schools Framework that was first released in 2018.   

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