Chavez students, parents move toward college readiness at forum

More than 650 students and parents at Chavez HS dove into life after high school Saturday at the school’s second College and Career Readiness Forum. Faculty, alumni, and experts from the community offered 25 different breakout sessions to students on

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Community volunteers work with PowerUp:HUB teachers

There were some new faces in the PowerUp:HUB training at Milby High School last week. New volunteers attended the professional development session to meet teachers and help them get up to speed on the HUB, an online learning management platform

It’s on to regional hoop quarterfinals for five HISD teams

Five HISD boys’ basketball teams will play Monday and Tuesday in the University Interscholastic League regional quarterfinals. Defending state champions Yates will see the tipoff for their games against Pflugerville at 6 p.m. Monday at Rudder High School in Bryan.

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CPS Opens Enrollment for Over 17,000 Early Learning Seats in School Year 15-16

Chicago: Ready to Learn! Continues to Expand in Third Year, Offering Equitable Access to High-Quality Early Learning Options for Families Citywide

Changing the public’s perception of the homeless in Houston

Carnegie Vanguard High School junior Mackenzie Aden went above and beyond her assignment when she embarked on her junior year research project, Hobo Chic Gallery Walk. Aden was able to convince Archway Gallery to donate their gallery for a one-night

PBS LearningMedia Week: March 2 – 6

Highlighting Read Across America Day, Digital Learning Day, and Women's History Month this March.

Two HISD high schools to be honored by Young Audiences

This year, Young Audiences of Houston is highlighting two schools who integrate the arts into their science, technology, engineering, and math (known as the STEM-to-STEAM movement) programs. Young Women’s College Preparatory Academy and Mickey Leland College Preparatory Academy for Young

Students celebrate reading as participants in ‘Read the Most Coast to Coast’

Patterson Literature Magnet Elementary School participated in a nationwide effort to Read the Most Coast to Coast on Friday, Feb. 27. They joined hundreds of thousands of students in Renaissance Learning’s celebration that encourages students to read as much as they can.