Williams’ Education

A strong, reform-minded conservative has been tapped by Gov. Rick Perry to lead the Texas Education Agency. This is good news for teachers, taxpayers, parents and, especially, students.

Michael Williams
Education Commissioner Michael Williams

Michael Williams served more than a decade at the Texas Railroad Commission, where he developed a reputation for practically implementing conservative policy reforms. He previously served as Assistant Secretary of Education in the early 1990s under President George H.W. Bush.

By tapping Mr. Williams for the post, Gov. Rick Perry is sending a strong, clear message that he expects serious, practical reforms in our schools.

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Michael is president and CEO of Empower Texans, and its premier project, Texans for Fiscal Responsibility. A graduate of Texas A&M, former newspaper reporter, one-time Capital Hill staffer, think tank vice president and an Eagle Scout, Sullivan is married with three children. He divides his time between the Metroplex, the rest of Texas, and Austin.

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