Posted on · Dr. Duncan Klussmann explains the shortages of teachers in HISD and other school districts nationwide.
Posted on · Dr. Heath Morrison explains why he recently left Montgomery ISD to lead Teachers of Tomorrow, a Houston-based alternative certification program.
Posted on · On Tuesday's show: We discuss the start of the impeachment trial for suspended Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton in the Texas Senate.
Posted on · On Friday's show: The head of the Houston Federation of Teachers explains why her organization is suing over HISD’s plan to tie teacher pay, in part, to test scores. And we learn why a few hundred particle physicists are descending on Houston next week.
Posted on · On Friday's show: Now that we know who is going to lead Houston ISD under the state takeover, how is it sitting with area educators? We get reaction from the Houston Federation of Teachers to a new superintendent and new board of managers running the district.
Posted on · On Thursday's show: The Texas Education Agency has unveiled the new Houston ISD Superintendent and the nine members of the TEA appointed Board of Managers who will oversee the state’s largest public school district.
Posted on · Showing appreciation to the unsung heroes of education and the unique ways they bring life to the classroom.
Posted on · Teachers and administrators, already facing long hours and low pay, now find themselves under pressure from politicians, parents and even their own school districts.
Posted on · Texas teachers are expected to spend almost $300 million on school supplies, more than any other state.
Posted on · Few schools have been able to keep up with the recent wave of teacher resignations.
Posted on · On Monday's show: We take a closer look at the CDC's new COVID guidelines, we discuss ways to address the crisis in the teaching profession, a local veterinarian answers your questions, and we consider the impact of putting kids under the spotlight of events like the Little League World Series.
Posted on · On Thursday's show: Why Texas hospitals are still not complying with federal price transparency rules. What's being done to address the teacher shortage. And SNL's Chris Redd explains how therapy made him a better comedian.
Posted on · On Thursday's show: Increased flooding across the country is exposing more people to industrial waste, especially those in minority communities. Plus, a new report examines the impact of minority-owned businesses on the region's economy. And a Houston teacher is honored at the Tony Awards.
Posted on · The State Board of Education must still approve use of the Educative Teacher Performance Assessment, which was dropped by two states that had adopted it.
Posted on · On Wednesday's show: We discuss the latest political news, teachers sound off on the state of public education after two years of the pandemic, and an art show pays tribute to the Astroworld theme park.