Texas School Business magazine has chronicled the life of public education in our state for more than 50 years by focusing on best practices and on the people who serve Texas schoolchildren. Our paid subscribers include school administrators, teachers, education service center staff, legislators and many others who have a stake in the business of running Texas public schools. In addition to being a cheerleader and thought leader in public education, Texas School Businesspublishes personality profiles, industry event photos and personnel announcements from all corners of the state to keep Texas educators connected.
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Ted Siff is a graduate of Harvard College and has more than 20 years of magazine, book, and newsletter publishing experience. He is responsible for the overall operations of Texas School Business magazine and its parent company, Park Place Publications, L.P. email@example.com.
Jim Walsh is a graduate of the University of Texas School of Law and one of the founders of Walsh, Anderson, Brown, Gallegos & Green, P.C. He is the author of the Common Sense Guide to Special Education Law, co-author with Frank Kemerer and Laurie Maniotis of The Educator’s Guide to Texas School Law and numerous other books on school law. He is also the managing editor of the Texas School Administrators’ Legal Digest. firstname.lastname@example.org
Katie Ford has been a writer and editor since 1993, working on staff and as a freelancer for magazines and newspapers. In the spring of 2005, she founded Katie Ford Editorial LLC in Austin, which provides publication management, writing and editing services. She joined Texas School Business as the managing editor in November 2005 and was promoted to editor in April 2008. Prior to launching her company, Katie Ford was the Special Reports Editor for the Austin Business Journal. email@example.com
Stephen Markel attended Texas Tech University and the University of Hawai’i. He has 15 years of management experience in the e-commerce and customer service industries, working for Trilogy Software, GMAC and the University of Hawai’i. He also serves as marketing director for our sister publication, Legal Digest. firstname.lastname@example.org
Ambrose Austin has a BA in Liberal Arts wth a concentration in Creative Writing from The New School in New York City and is currently working on a Masters in Legal Studies at Texas State University in San Marcos. Ambrose happily handles all product and registration orders, accounts receivable, and general office management for Legal Digest and Texas School Business. Ambrose’s many interests include Russian literature, science fiction literature, WWII history, home improvement projects, and making up dance moves with Stephen Markel. email@example.com