A&M-Commerce and Texas Woman's University (TWU) will serve as co-sponsors for the 2022 Texas Association for Literacy Education (TALE) Annual Conference on March 4-5 at the Plano Event Center in Plano, Texas.
Juan Araujo, Ph.D., serves as an assistant dean and associate professor in the College of Education and Human Services at A&M-Commerce. He said Assistant Professor Kamshia Childs, Ed.D., who is also the current TALE president, was integral in forming the partnership.
“We are grateful to Dr. Childs for leading this partnership to bring language and literacy experts to our local teachers and community partners,” Araujo said. “We are excited to work with TWU and look forward to more partnership opportunities in the future.”
Consisting of professional members committed to serving learners in the state of Texas, TALE promotes literacy in the education sector to enhance the lives of Texans personally, socially and economically.
Learn more about TALE and register for the conference on their website.