Texas Education Agency

Texas Education Agency

Texas Education Agency

Siège de la Texas Education Agency à Austin.

La Texas Education Agency (TEA), est une agence du gouvernement de l'État du Texas. Elle y supervise l'enseignement primaire et secondaire, comprenant les écoles publiques et celles agréées par l'État. Son siège est abrité par le William B. Travis State Office Building au 1701 North Congress Avenue à Austin.[1][2]

Notes et références

  1. "Welcome to the Texas Education Agency." Texas Education Agency. Accessed 30 août 2008.
  2. "Week of April 16 - 20, 2001." Railroad Commission of Texas. Accessed 30 août 2008.
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