Join TACT at half-price: We shout on your behalf!

Join TACT at half-price: We shout on your behalf!

Some Texans think public policy occurs only during Legislative Sessions in odd-numbered years. Not true. Not when both remaining Republican candidates for Lt. Governor favor guns on campus. Not when Texas Grant scholarships are funded less than they were five years ago. Not when faculty salaries still trail the average of the other top ten most populous states, or public retirement system participants are being asked to pay more of the costs. Not when objectives are to push more students through the pipeline faster, rather than permit flexibility that places the students’ needs first.

O.K., we’re a special interest group. YOUR special interest group. Lobbyists. Every professional has one except those who think elected officials will “do the right thing.”

Spring Membership Discount now Available

Spring Membership Discount available now through April 28th!  Online form available HERE.

TACT Elections

TACT Elections

Coincidentally, today being election day, the Texas Association of College Teachers is asking you to vote on next year’s association leaders (and reminding you to let your colleagues know that you are voting for the state officials who will determine much of your professional quality of life).

At its meeting Friday, February 28, the TACT Board of Directors approved the Nominating Committee recommendations and asks for your favorable approval for the following individuals for terms beginning June 1.

February eBulletin available now

Download the eBulletin here or go to:
http://www.tact.org/JanFebMarch.pdf
 

TACT First Alert February 3, 2014

 Join us for the TACT Spring Leadership Conference

The Annual TACT Spring Leadership Conference will be held February 28th  thru March 1st at the Embassy Suites in Austin, Texas.  Reservations may be made by phoning 512-519-0460.  Please be sure to use the code “TFS” for the Texas Council of Faculty Senates group code when making reservations.

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