HISD Board Protest


Houston ISD’s state-appointed board members to hold series of community events throughout September

Posted on · Houston residents and stakeholders can meet the nine-member board of managers and provide feedback on its goals for the 2023-24 school year at 10 in-person events and one virtual session.

HISD Takeover Protest


Exclusive: All Houston ISD teachers to be paid based on test scores by 2025-26 school year, schools will continue to lose autonomy

Posted on · Houston Public Media obtained a document outlining state-appointed superintendent Mike Miles’ expansive plans for the largest public school system in Texas, including details that have not yet been made public. Over the next two years, Houston ISD will implement performance-based pay for all teachers and an “earned autonomy” model for campuses across the district.

HISD Boardroom


Teacher who wanted to speak at Houston ISD board meeting arrested, charged with criminal trespassing

Posted on · The arrest of Jeremy Eugene, a 30-year-old teacher from the Houston area, occurred as community members expressed opposition to limited seating in HISD's main boardroom.

Nancy Coronado stands with protesters to oppose TEA's takeover of HISD.


Parents protest ‘heartbreaking’ changes to Houston schools; Miles announces family engagement events

Posted on · Houston ISD parents, including some who hadn’t attended previous protests, are organizing against sweeping reforms to 29 schools. State-appointed superintendent Mike Miles announced eight community meetings to discuss the changes from late June through the end of July. 

Millard House 2021


Ex-Houston ISD superintendent Millard House II lands similar job in Washington D.C. area

Posted on · House served as HISD's superintendent from 2021 until last week, when he was replaced by Mike Miles as part of a long-planned takeover of the district by the Texas Education Agency.

HISD Superintendent Mike Miles after the TEA takeover


New Houston ISD Superintendent Mike Miles promises sweeping reforms to 29 schools

Posted on · State-appointed leaders for the largest district in Texas were sworn in during the early morning at Houston ISD headquarters without public notice or access. Some community advocates are worried about the new superintendent, Mike Miles, who promised sweeping reforms in an interview with Houston Public Media.

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