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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

The Role Of Texas Teaching Credential Programs In Teacher Shortages

Posted by Micah Fikes on December 28, 2022

School districts across the state of Texas are facing severe teacher shortages and are scrambling to fill vacancies. 

The Witness Of The Pasture And The Tower

Posted by Micah Fikes on December 28, 2022

I hope that what follows gives you greater access to the purpose and a greater depth of understanding of Christmas. To this purpose, I’d like to give a brief history of an agricultural area, known as Bethlehem Ephrathah. In this area we find the fields of Bethlehem, and about a mile from Bethlehem, in these fields, we find the Migdal Eder (Tower of the Flock).

How Do I Become A High School Special Education Teacher In Texas?

Posted by Micah Fikes on December 22, 2022

High school special education teachers play an important role in preparing students for life after school.

Do I Need A Special Education Teacher Degree To Teach?

Posted by Micah Fikes on December 9, 2022

No! In Texas, you do not need a special education teaching degree in order to teach special education. 

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