New TExES Knowledge Base for Texas Educators and Students

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H.E.L.P., Inc. announces an informative new online resource available to educators in general, and Texas educators in particular. This “living and breathing” web site is updated every day with education-related news and important announcements—an invaluable resource for both teachers and students. Educators should bookmark this site to easily stay on top of current news affecting all aspects of education, specifically news affecting Texas teachers. Each news source also contains dozens of other links leading to additional valuable information and resources.

Critical Dates Calendar. Texas educators can download a printable TExES calendar showing all critical dates for the school year including TExES exam dates, regular, late and emergency registration dates, score mailing dates, and more. The TExES Knowledge Base features a “live” online calendar as well.

News & Announcements. The new TExES Announcement page brings you the latest information about the Texas Teacher Certification examination program. Students can download free Study Guides for their TExES examinations, take sample online test questions, and stay informed of all issues affecting Texas teacher certification. The announcements are constantly updated and the archives are fully searchable.

Discussion Forum. To complete this vast resource, the site also features a User Discussion Forum where students and educators can ask for and obtain useful information from other users, interact directly with Art Williams, founder of the TExES Master study program.

Your Complete Resource. Direct access to the official TExES registration site makes this a complete resource for anyone interested in TExES Teacher certification. Plus, on the score mailing date, students can link to their unofficial TExES examination scores. This means that there is no need to wait for scores to arrive days later (the score mailing date is normally about 4 weeks after their actual exam—the exact date is always listed on the TExES online calendar).

For more information, visit http://www.texes.net

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