Texas public school stakeholders consist primarily of students, parents, faculty and staff, administrators, school board members, business leaders, community members, and taxpayers. While each of these stakeholders has a vested interest in the local school district, many fail to understand how public schools came into existence and the legal rationale upon which they operate. The problem lies in the structural complexity of schools, which is prohibitive to a complete understanding by its entire constituency. While the multiple layers of politics and numerous laws and policies that define the Texas public school structure may be necessary for proper operation, the intricacy further exacerbates the ability of many to fully comprehend it. The purpose of this study was to create a framework for understanding the legal structure of Texas public schools to facilitate a more complete understanding by all constituents.
"Framework for Understanding the Legal Structure of Texas Public Schools,"
School Leadership Review: Vol. 8
, Article 4.
Available at: https://scholarworks.sfasu.edu/slr/vol8/iss1/4
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