FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
Monday, December 5, 2011
CSISD art teacher elected to state post
A&M Consolidated High School art teacher Jami Bevans was recently elected to serve as the Texas Art Education Association’s Secretary for 2012-13.
“TAEA is 4,000 members strong statewide and Jami has shared her amazing leadership abilities and her outstanding educational skills with the organization and its members, said TAEA President Linda Fleetwood. “This is evident in her election to a state office. We are proud to welcome her as an officer and look forward to her years of service.”
The goal of TAEA is to promote quality visual arts education in Texas. This goal can be achieved by promoting visual arts education as an integral part of educational curriculum, providing professional development in both knowledge and skills, encouraging and promoting the advancement of knowledge and skills, serving as a voice for the art educators of Texas, providing members with service and leadership opportunities, and researching and developing policies and decisions relative to practices and directions in visual arts education.