Advocacy means speaking up and TCEA is advocating for students and educators alike.

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Advocacy means speaking up, and TCEA is advocating for students and educators alike. Whether at the Capitol, SBOE, or anywhere education laws and funding are decided, TCEA is working to focus energy and resources on supporting education. We share details and progress via @TCEAAdvocacy on Twitter, the TCEA Advocacy Blog, and scheduled Advocacy Updates, which are free to TCEA members.

Technology and Blended Learning Grants: Understanding the Options

For educators and administrators, keeping up with the ever-changing developments of education policy isn’t easy. When it comes down to it, you simply want to know what’s available — and how you can use those resources. Download the flyer below to find out how to get the most out of TIMA and other learning grants.

Your Ed Tech Advocate

Director of Governmental Relations, Jennifer Bergland

Jennifer Bergland

Director of Governmental Relations

Jennifer joined the TCEA staff in 2010 to lead the advocacy efforts of the association. This enables her to blend her passion of technology and education with her love for the political process. She keeps grounded in the application of technology by helping deliver professional development for TCEA. She has a B.S. in Political Science from Southern Nazarene University and a M.S. in Educational Administration from Texas A&M. She loves working with teachers as they begin to envision how technology can help them transition their teaching from print to digital.

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