HISD’s Education Technology Department is looking for aspiring cinematographers and animators of all ages to help educate their peers about the importance of staying safe online. The Digital Privacy, Safety & Security Moments Video Campaign challenges students to create 60
How well do you know your distinguished alumni from HISD? Take our quiz and find out! In honor of Black History Month this year, the district’s Communications team has put together a question-and-answer-style slideshow that highlights 24 different African-American graduates,
The Houston Independent School District Board of Education on Thursday approved three resolutions that would begin the process of renaming three additional schools so they better represent the district’s values and diversity. The renaming resolutions affect Albert Sidney Johnston and
LAUSD joins L.A. County in providing supports and programs to address, prevent and eliminate the Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children (CSEC) in Los Angeles
"$22.4 million could fund approximately 211 classroom teachers or 364 buildings and grounds workers."
The Houston Independent School District Board of Education on Thursday is expected to consider a resolution that would begin the process of renaming three additional schools so they better represent the district’s values and diversity. The resolution would affect Albert
Seeing was believing Tuesday night at Waltrip High School when those who turned out for a community meeting got a sneak preview of what’s to come with the ongoing renovation and construction project. “You don’t mind coming in here for a meeting,”
On Feb. 8, 1926, Jack Yates High School opened its doors as the second campus for children of color in the city of Houston. Ninety years later, Mayor Sylvester Turner issued a proclamation announcing Feb. 9, 2016, as “Jack Yates
In this week’s “I Am HISD,” which features district students, graduates, employees, and other team members, Sugar Grove Academy social worker Elba Ruibal talks about why she began working in public schools, what compelled her to move from a high
Statement by Superintendent Michelle King on Los Angeles Regional Adult Education Consortium funding agreement
"This funding is vital to the nearly 100,000 students who are striving to improve their lives."