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Texarkana, Texas – A&M-Texarkana Joins Other Texas A&M University System Universities in Celebrating World Teachers’ Day

Texarkana, Texas 2021-10-07 10:49:32 –

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To commemorate World Teacher’s Day, the blue lights were shining brightly again on Tuesday on the campus of the Texas A & M University System throughout the state. Eleven universities in the A & M system, Brian’s RELLIS campus, and the Texas A & M University Health Science Center (Texas A & M Health) illuminated a total of 30 iconic buildings and landmarks.

“The Texas A & M University System is proud to graduate from a fully certified teacher than any public university system in Texas, and most importantly, educator preparation is in our great state. We recognize that it is one of the most important contributions we can make, “says Elaine Mendoza. Of the Texas A & M Systems Board.

World Teachers’ Day was invented in 1994 by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization, UNESCO. This day will provide an opportunity to celebrate teaching professions around the world, evaluate achievements and pay attention to the voices of teachers in. The center of effort to achieve the global educational goal of leaving no one behind.

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Graduates of the University of Education at the Texas A & M University Systems Campus are very popular because they are ready, said Prime Minister John Sharpe. “Our graduates are sought after by school districts throughout Texas because they know that our students have the tools they need to prepare for the first day in the classroom,” said Sharp. Told. “We prepare teachers so that one child at a time can make the world a better place.”

“We are proud of the work done by educators across Texas, across the country, and around the world,” said Emily Cutrer, President of Texas A & M University. “Professional educators have a huge impact on the future. We are particularly proud of A & M-Texarkana graduates who teach and hold managerial positions both inside and outside Texas.”

The buildings and landmarks illuminated in blue for World Teacher’s Day are:
Performing Arts Center, Three Fountains on Lake Garvin, Talbot Hall, Memorial Stadium at Texas A & M University Commerce.
Jack K. Williams Administration Building, Harrington Education Center, Albritton Bell Tower, Texas A & M University Academic Building Dome.
Trail Blazer Tower, Vergara Planetarium, in front of the Kiram Library at Texas A & M International University.
Leader of College Hall and Puck Statue at Texas A & M University Kingsville.
University of Texas A & M-Texarkana Building for Academic and Student Services.
Texas A & M University Momentum Wave-Corpus Christi;
Founders’ Hall Tower at Texas A & M University-Central Texas;
A clock tower in the Central Quad area of ​​the Texas A & M Galveston campus.
Charles K. and Barbara Carbourne Pedestrian Heaven’s original Texas sculptures and Haywood Spirit Tower, and the Eternal Flame Monument at West Texas A & M University’s Victory Circle.
Tarleton State University Chimney.
Prairie View A & M University Wilhelmina RF Delcoville and John B. Coleman Library.
Torre de Esperanza, a fountain at the intersection of the university and the Jaguar Way, the Central Academic Building of the University of Texas A & M San Antonio.
The top floor of the Texas A & M Health Dental Clinic and Education Building in Dallas.
Medical Professional Education Building and Medical Research Education Building in Brian’s Texas A & M Health.
Texas A & M Health Discovery Tower and Emmed Building in Houston.
And the entrance to the RELLIS campus of the Texas A & M University System in Brian.

Go to https://www.facebook.com/tamusystem on Facebook or Twitter and make sure everything is blue.

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