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Planning Today, Changing Tommorow: Alief on path to becoming district of innovation

With the passing of the Texas House Bill 1842 on June 19, 2015, school districts are eligible to be recognized as “districts of innovation.” The concept, which is effective immediately, grants traditional school districts in Texas more flexibility in the way they operate. Alief ISD is officially a District of Innovation after a vote by the Board of Trustees and the District Educational Impr…

Read more → May 5, 2017 1:26pm
Jarrex Corpuz

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