According to a recent University of Texas/Texas Tribune Poll, many Texas voters think the state should spend more on public education and residents should pay less in property taxes: https://t.co/pizuPQClPJ
He has served as a campus administrator at all levels of public education, and completed his educational administrative career as superintendent of schools. He is recognized as an honorary lifetime member of the Texas Association of School Administrators.
B.S., Lamar University, 1984
M. Ed., Stephen F. Austin State University, 1996
Texas Professional Superintedent, Lamar University, 2005
Texas Professional Mid-Management, Stephen F. Austin University, 1996
Texas Professional Lifetime Teaching Certification, Lamar University, 1984