Posted on · Episode: 2292 Music, creativity, and anarchy: accomplishment arising from the ground up. Today, music and creativity — from the ground up.
Posted on · Laurie Johnson-Ramirez elevated to News Director for Houston NPR and PBS station
Posted on · Houston Public Media is pleased to welcome Kyle Claude as the new Executive Director of Content Operations.
Posted on · “The value of leadership education is to prepare people for a set of responsibilities that they’re generally not prepared for, honestly.”
Posted on · Meacham's latest book, The Soul of America, examines some particularly trying times in our nation's history when presidents and ordinary citizens came together to overcome fear and hate.
Posted on · Carranza had more than a year left on his contract with HISD, with a base pay of $345,000
Posted on · David Schein from the University of St. Thomas discusses his book, The Decline of America: 100 Years of Leadership Failures.
Posted on · Research shows that it’s hard to keep principals at schools with high poverty, with over a quarter of them losing their principals each year.
Posted on · Since 1980, the Texas Lyceum has sought to identify and develop the next generation of leaders in Texas. It's a non-profit, non-partisan board of 96 people from all across the state. The association selects its own members, who seek to educate themselves on a variety of issues. The Lyceum conducts public forums, publishes a journal […]
Posted on · Women have played key roles in faith-based communities as long as they have existed. In recent years, that leadership has been formalized. More congregations today are led by women. Here in Houston, women are Reverends and Rabbis, hold leadership roles in interfaith organizations. And yet, some sects of some religions still hold to long-standing, traditional […]