Posted on · The Houston Matters panel of non-experts weighs in on some of the interesting stories from the week’s news and decides if they are good, bad, or ugly.
Posted on · Turner stressed that focusing on students is more important and suggested that the state should grant the school district a one-year waiver
Posted on · Schools around the state have been able to create their own Mexican-American studies classes, but there haven't been established curriculum standards.
Posted on · Representatives from area school districts discuss how they're working to ensure student safety after the Parkland, Florida shooting.
Posted on · On Tuesday's Houston Matters: Superintendent Richard Carranza is leaving HISD. We recap what's at stake on Primary Election Day. We discuss school safety in Greater Houston. And Stephanie Wittels Wachs talks about her new memoir.
Posted on · HISD identified the student believed to be responsible
Posted on · The Houston Independent School District is planning its third summit for Dreamers and their families on Dec. 9
Posted on · Texas Education Commissioner, Mike Morath, said fixing damage to school buildings alone might cost the state roughly $500 million
Posted on · IT administrators from Houston ISD are sharing what they learned from Harvey with schools around the country.
Posted on · Houston ISD Superintendent Richard Carranza prepares for his second year leading the state's largest public school district.
Posted on · Naturalization rates for Hispanic immigrants have soared, driven in large part by long-time residents determined to vote against Donald Trump. But that may count for little if native-born Latino citizens, many of them millennials, stay home on Election Day.
Posted on · Delegates of the Green Party met at the University of Houston on Saturday (Aug. 6, 2016) to nominate Dr. Jill Stein as their presidential candidate. The Green Party is one of a few so-called “third parties” that have sought to make inroads in recent election cycles, with varying success. On this edition of Houston Matters, […]
Posted on · The attorney for the plaintiffs says HISD board violated district and state rules.
Posted on · Earlier this year,Â HISD unveiled new mascots at four district schools, as part of a policy banning mascots deemed culturally offensive. But itâs not just mascots that can offend some Houstonians. Some question whether schools here should be named after figures from Confederate history â examples include Lee High School, named after General Robert E. […]