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}}{{tnr}}'''Coretta Mallet-Fontenot''' is a candidate for the District 9 seat on the [[Houston Independent School District, Texas|Houston Independent School Board]]. She is seeking election of the seat against challengers [[Wanda Adams]] and [[Clyde Lemon]] on November 5, 2013. Longtime incumbent Lawrence Marshall chose not to seek re-election of his seat.  
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}}{{tnr}}'''Coretta Mallet-Fontenot''' was a candidate for the District 9 seat on the [[Houston Independent School District, Texas|Houston Independent School Board]]. She lost election of the seat to challenger [[Wanda Adams]] on November 5, 2013. Longtime incumbent Lawrence Marshall chose not to seek re-election of his seat.  
  
 
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'''Coretta Mallet-Fontenot''' is seeking election against fellow challengers [[Wanda Adams]] and [[Clyde Lemon]] on November 5, 2013.
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{{Election box 2013
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|Chamber=Houston Independent School District, District 1, 4-year term
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|party1= Nonpartisan
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|winner1= Anna Eastman
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|candidate2= Hugo Mojica
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|votes1= 7878
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|votes2= 2222
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|Inc1=Y
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|ref=[http://www.harrisvotes.org/ElectionNight/ENR.aspx?L=E ''Harris County, Texas,'' "November 2013 General Election Unofficial Results," accessed November 5, 2013]
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==Campaign themes==
 
==Campaign themes==
 
Mallet Fontenot states that the her campaign platforms are pushing for "more teaching, less testing," ensuring "that Distict 9 schools receive their 2012 allocated bond funds," providing "quality, consistent programming that flows from elementary-high school" and improving "the teacher appraisal and development system."<ref>[http://cfontenot1.wix.com/hisd9#!campaignplatform/c1n8o ''Mallet-Fontenot for HISD Board of Trustees District 9'' ''Campaign Platforms,'' accessed October 4, 2013]</ref>
 
Mallet Fontenot states that the her campaign platforms are pushing for "more teaching, less testing," ensuring "that Distict 9 schools receive their 2012 allocated bond funds," providing "quality, consistent programming that flows from elementary-high school" and improving "the teacher appraisal and development system."<ref>[http://cfontenot1.wix.com/hisd9#!campaignplatform/c1n8o ''Mallet-Fontenot for HISD Board of Trustees District 9'' ''Campaign Platforms,'' accessed October 4, 2013]</ref>
  
==What's at stake?==
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==What was at stake?==
 
Trustees made the decision in May 2013 to change the magnet school policy now say that some campuses will lose a combined $2.3 million in extra funding next year. HISD is still struggling with the deep budget cuts in public education from 2011 and a property tax rate that is about to go up to fund pay raises and the district's Apollo program.<ref>[http://offthekuff.com/wp/?p=56553 Charles Kuffner, ''Off the Kuff,'' "Demagnetized," published October 19, 2013]</ref>
 
Trustees made the decision in May 2013 to change the magnet school policy now say that some campuses will lose a combined $2.3 million in extra funding next year. HISD is still struggling with the deep budget cuts in public education from 2011 and a property tax rate that is about to go up to fund pay raises and the district's Apollo program.<ref>[http://offthekuff.com/wp/?p=56553 Charles Kuffner, ''Off the Kuff,'' "Demagnetized," published October 19, 2013]</ref>
  
'''Five seats''' are up for election on November 5, 2013. Those seats are for districts 1, 5, 6, 7 and 9. Longtime incumbent Lawrence Marshall has decided not to run for re-election of District 9.
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'''Five seats''' were up for election on November 5, 2013. Those seats were for Districts 1, 5, 6, 7 and 9. Longtime incumbent Lawrence Marshall decided not to run for re-election of District 9.
  
 
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Coretta Mallet-Fontenot
Coretta Mallet-Fontenot.png
Board Member, Houston Independent School District, District 9
Former Candidate
Education
High schoolS.F. Austin High School
Bachelor'sTexas Southern University
Master'sTexas Southern University
Personal
ProfessionEducator
Websites
Campaign website
Coretta Mallet-Fontenot campaign logo
Coretta Mallet-Fontenot was a candidate for the District 9 seat on the Houston Independent School Board. She lost election of the seat to challenger Wanda Adams on November 5, 2013. Longtime incumbent Lawrence Marshall chose not to seek re-election of his seat.

Biography

Mallet-Fontenot attended elementary through high school at HISD schools. She has both her Bachelor's and Master's of Science degrees in Education from Texas Southern University. She is currently a second grade teacher at James H. Law Elementary School.[1]

Elections

2013

See also: Houston Independent School District elections (2013)

Results

Houston Independent School District, District 1, 4-year term, 2013
Party Candidate Vote % Votes
     Nonpartisan Green check mark transparent.pngAnna Eastman Incumbent 78% 7,878
     Nonpartisan Hugo Mojica 22% 2,222
Total Votes 10,100
Source: Harris County, Texas, "November 2013 General Election Unofficial Results," accessed November 5, 2013

Campaign themes

Mallet Fontenot states that the her campaign platforms are pushing for "more teaching, less testing," ensuring "that Distict 9 schools receive their 2012 allocated bond funds," providing "quality, consistent programming that flows from elementary-high school" and improving "the teacher appraisal and development system."[2]

What was at stake?

Trustees made the decision in May 2013 to change the magnet school policy now say that some campuses will lose a combined $2.3 million in extra funding next year. HISD is still struggling with the deep budget cuts in public education from 2011 and a property tax rate that is about to go up to fund pay raises and the district's Apollo program.[3]

Five seats were up for election on November 5, 2013. Those seats were for Districts 1, 5, 6, 7 and 9. Longtime incumbent Lawrence Marshall decided not to run for re-election of District 9.

About the district

Houston Independent School District is located in Harris County, TX
Houston ISD is located in Houston, Texas, which is also a seat of Harris County, Texas. According to the 2010 US Census, Houston is home to 2,099,451 residents.[4] Alief encompasses 36.6 square miles near the southeastern Texas border.

Demographics

In terms of graduation rate, average household income and poverty rate, Houston underperformed in these areas. The graduation rate was 74.4% compared to 80.4% statewide. The average household income was $44,124 compared to $50,920 in the entire state. Houston had a poverty rate of 21.5%, while the poverty rate for Texas was 17.0%.[4]

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