Commissioner of Education speaks at Windham GED® Ceremony
Texas Commissioner of Education Michael L. Williams congratulates a GED® recipient during ceremonies honoring Moore Unit and Cole State Jail GED® recipients. Commissioner Williams praised graduates for their accomplishments and thanked attending family members for support and encouragement.
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'We are Windham' video proudly explains why, how WSD changes lives. Now available online. - "We are Windham. We are ready for change. We are second chances for men and women formerly incarcerated in the Texas Department of Criminal Justice. We change our society." So begins "We are Windham," a recruitment and informational video created by WSD explaining why Windham focuses on helping offenders across Texas become job-ready and change their lives for success upon release.
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Campus tours share WSD's success story: Notes from WSD Division of Instruction Director Amy Lopez (From "Good Things" Report, Jan. 18) - "Key policy analysts from the Governor's office recently requested to tour a couple of our campuses in West Texas," reports WSD Division of Instruction Director Amy Lopez. "Principals Azure Mach and Richard Hamilton hosted the large group, showing them what we do and how we serve our students. Our teachers and students were on point and the visit was a great success.