Texas State Regent Nominee: Job Presents No Conflicts

Vernon N. Reaser III, a nominee to the Texas State University System Board of Regents, said Monday at a Senate Nominations Committee hearing that his job as president of the state's largest alternative teacher certification program would not conflict with his duties as a regent.

"When I take my oath and my pledge to the Texas State system, my job is to advocate for, in all possible ways, to make [the system] the best it can to continue working on what I think are really exciting things," Reaser said Monday. 

The committee approved his nomination, which now goes to ...

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