Who is SWABSE?
Southwest Dallas County Alliance of Black School Educators (SWABSE) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the educational accomplishments of Southwest Dallas County children, particularly African-American children. This local affiliate was started as a branch of the National Alliance of Black School Educators and the Texas Alliance of Black School Educators for the purpose of: providing social and instructional support for African-American teachers and students, promoting and expanding career opportunities for our membership, and assisting in serving the African-American community through advocacy, knowledge, and networking.
SWABSE Focused Areas of TABSE Big 5 Priorities
Priority 1: African America Student Achievement
Priority 2: Promote Employment, Recruitment, and Career Development
Priority 3: Provide State Recognition for African American Students and Educators of African American Students
SWABSE 4 Pillars Commitment
- Youth & Community Development
- Professional Development
- Teacher Recognition