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|Juan B. Galaviz Charter School|
1507 Little York
|Superintendent||Luis R. Cano, Ed.D|
|Teaching staff||9.6 (FTE) (as of 2007-08)|
|Enrollment||68 (as of 2007-08)|
|Student to teacher ratio||7.1 (as of 2007-08)|
Juan B. Galaviz Charter School (JBG) was a state charter school located in Houston, Texas. The charter high school was an affiliate of the National Council of La Raza. Previously the school was located in the Northside district of Houston.
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Galaviz Charter School was one program of Galaviz Academy, an educational organization established in 1993. The organization's programs include vocational training, ESL instruction, and an education support and advocacy program for adjudicated youth 10–16 years of age. In 2012 it had 70 students; they were categorized as at-risk.
In 2012 Nency Garcia pleaded guilty to embezzling $40,000 ($43652.7 according to inflation) from Galaviz.
The school was scheduled to hold another school year starting in fall 2013, but it closed shortly before the beginning of the school year since it was in financial trouble. It owed $27,000 ($29040.43 according to inflation) in payroll taxes to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) as of March 2013. The Texas Education Agency (TEA) revoked accreditation due to the loss of the tax-exempt status, with notification that it would do so dated July 19, 2013.
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- Staff. "YOUR CHARTER SCHOOL CHOICES." Houston Chronicle. Sunday August 10, 2003. A45. Retrieved on September 22, 2010. "JUAN GALAVIZ CHARTER Mission: General instruction for immigrant students who are having difficulty in regular school due to issues of language, culture, poverty and demographics. Location: 5206 Airline Dr., Houston ."
- Mellon, Ericka. "State may revoke charter of closed Houston school." Houston Chronicle. Friday, August 30, 2013. Retrieved on June 4, 2016.
- Mosier, Jeff and Holly K. Hacker. "Texas law that speeds shutdown of troubled charter schools is put to the test ." The Dallas Morning News. July 28, 2014. Retrieved on June 4, 2016.
- "Dress Code." Juan B. Galaviz Charter School. Retrieved on September 22, 2010.
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