The E3 3D Event: Pathways of Promise took place on January 21, 2015 hosted by Applied Materials.  We reviewed the reality and requirements of HB 5 and how it affects middle school, high school capacity and choice, and high school transition to college and career for students.  Our special thanks to the following panelists for their insightful and engaging presentations:
School Districts:
Sheri Bonds, CTE Director, Round Rock ISD
Kelly Lopez, Principal, San Marcos High School
Colleges and Universities:
Melissa Curtis, Dean of Eastview Campus, ACC
Dann Brown, Dean of PACE Center, Texas State
Dawn Jones, Texas External Affairs Manager, Intel Corp
You can find the materials from the presentations here:
E3 Alliance – PowerPoint (Pathways of Promise: Strengthening HB 5 Pathways)
E3 Alliance – Overview (Pathways of Promise – Two Year Regional Collaborative Initiative)
Please complete the following survey to let us know what Pathways of Promise Priorities you think the region should focus on for our students’ success:  PoP-Recommendation-Priorities-01-21-15