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    Despite Hurricane Devastation, Public School Leaders Rally Ahead of the Start of School

    When public school leaders should have been greeting students, they instead found themselves trapped inside their homes, checking on staffmembers, and helping rescue their neighbors.

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    Help, Hope, and Healing

    Today, water and tears seem in endless supply. People are hurting. So many have lost so much. But amid the devastation are stories about help, about sacrifice, and service to those who are hurting.

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    Homegrown Professionals

    How does a midsize city surrounded by 14 million acres of farmland grow a talented workforce and ensure a prosperous future for its citizens?

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    Superintendent Asks: Are We Okay With Being Okay?

    The superintendent of Tulia ISD had nothing to lose. So he decided to boldly combat complacency with a blended learning curriculum. And that meant changing everything.

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    New Story: Poverty Does Not Define Destiny

    One exceptional principal's personal story of abject poverty helped him shape a culture of success for his school in one of Texas' poorest and most isolated school districts.

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    New Story: The Art of Bridging Communication Gaps

    Public school principal navigates family and community relationships in a school where 30 languages are spoken. It’s not easy. But it’s also not impossible.

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    Early Success with Blended Learning: From One-Size-Fits-All to Student Agency and Personalization

    In Mineola ISD, students have taken some ownership of their learning which is transforming their attitudes around mathematics. Superintendent Tunnell describes the big shift.

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    Visionary Educators Complete Summer of Study at Harvard

    Congratulations to the visionary Texas public school educators who just completed a summer institute at Harvard.

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    Rights for Students with Special Needs at Risk with Vouchers

    Protections for students and families provided by Texas public schools aren't guaranteed in private settings with vouchers.

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    Special Needs Vouchers Don’t Measure Up

    Any legislation aimed at removing funding from the public school system to subsidize private education, even if it's for students with special needs, is a misguided approach to education reform.

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