Texas Public School Choice Spinner

International studies. Career and technology pathways. Dual language elementary education. And on and on.

Texas public schools are dynamic and diverse, and they continue to add new options and innovative programs to meet the needs and passions of Texas students, the future of our state.

Our new “school choice spinner” features just a few examples among thousands of public school choice options available to Texas students and families. Click on the wheel below to see quality public school choice in action at districts across the state. Let’s celebrate how campuses and districts are reinventing themselves as we encourage all public schools to expand and enrich learning opportunities for all students.

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