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Micah Fikes

Micah Fikes
Micah is the Director of Curriculum & Technology. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in British Literature, from the University of North Texas and a Master of Arts in Teaching, from Louisiana College. In his previous career, Micah served for 14 years as a banker and bank manager. For the majority of this period, Micah managed the Downtown Fort Worth location of Frost Bank. In 2005, Micah finally surrendered to his true calling to be an educator. After a brief, but fulfilling term teaching high school English at Flower Mound High School in Lewisville ISD, Micah went to work for the family business, training teachers.
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Recent Posts

Special Education Teacher Requirements In Texas

Posted by Micah Fikes on October 13, 2022

If you have a special place in your heart for working with students who have disabilities, developmental delays or other unique needs, becoming a special education teacher could be the perfect career for you.

Texas Schools Can Fill Vacancies Using Emergency Teaching Credential

Posted by Micah Fikes on October 10, 2022

School districts across Texas are facing a critical shortage of educators. The issue is not new - districts have faced teacher shortages for several years, and the problem only got worse during the COVID-19 pandemic.

6 Resources For Teaching Special Education Online

Posted by Micah Fikes on September 22, 2022

Education is becoming increasingly more digital everyday. While online educational schooling began finding its footing in the 1990s, remote learning became the norm during the Covid-19 pandemic.

Teaching Credential Programs: Comparing The Best And Worst

Posted by Micah Fikes on September 20, 2022

Choosing a credential program is one of the most important decisions of your teaching career. Not only are teaching credential programs a pathway to becoming certified to teach, but they also offer a foundation upon which to build a career.

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