The Texas Standard (1933-1966)


The official publication of the Teachers State Association of Texas that supported the work of the African American teachers of Texas. The motto for the publication was The Best in Education for Every Negro Child-The Best in Working Conditions for Every Negro Teacher and each of its issues chronicles the work of the Association to achieve its goals and bring quality education to the African American children of Texas.
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Portal to Texas History

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