Former TEA commissioner addresses Lubbock ISD forum

Former TEA commissioner addresses Lubbock ISD forum

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LUBBOCK, Texas -

It takes buy-in from a lot of people to make public education work.

Lubbock ISD's Community Partnership Forum showed just how, with thanks to partners who invest in its schools.

Former Texas Education Agency commissioner and former Lubbock ISD superintendent Mike Moses shared his perspective on public education.

"One of the things that Dr. Moses said that made such an impression on me is that, the words of aspiration to our teachers, to our people who are working with our students, that goes such a long way," Lubbock ISD superintendent Kathy Rollo said. "And the investment that we make in our students at an early age, pays off dividends in the future."

Moses emphasized the importance of investing in our schools. And how engagement at a young age can help students avoid problems in the future. 

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