• 08.23.2016 — Call for Papers

    Diversity, Social Justice and the Educational Leader is a scholarly, doubleblind, peer-reviewed open access publication. The journal seeks to explore relevant issues that impact educational leaders and teachers who serve linguistically and culturally diverse students. The editors seek to expand the literature to develop a deeper understanding of the needs of diverse student populations.  While manuscripts will be accepted year around, to be considered for the Spring 2017 issue, manuscripts must be received by November 30, 2016. Learn More

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The Texas Council of Professors of Educational Administration is an organization dedicated to promoting the improvement and advancement of educational leadership by:
  1. Helping members become more effective in their role as professors of educational administration
  2. Encouraging research, investigation, and dissemination of the research results
  3. Fostering positive relationships with state and national educational organizations

TCPEA meets twice annually in conjunction with the TASA/TASB Convention in early fall and the TASA Midwinter Conference in January.

TCPEA is a state affiliate of the National Council of Professors of Educational Administration (NCPEA).

TASA Career Center

TCPEA members are welcome to post vacancies on TASA's Career Center. If you do not already have a username and password for the Career Center, contact Albert Rivas in the TASA office.