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Raise Your Hand Texas Logo

Raise Your Hand invests millions of dollars in sponsorships for principal leadership development and coaching programs, funds for school turnaround efforts, and grants for organizations developing strong aspiring principals and master teachers. For additional questions and requests, please contact Petri Darby, VP of Marketing, at pdarby@ryht.org or Joel Goudeau, Visual Design Strategist, at jgoudeau@ryht.org.

Leadership Program Images

These are a few images of alumni of our leadership programs. Additional images are available upon request.

Raising Blended Learners Logo

Raise Your Hand recently launched a $5 million+ demonstration initiative showcasing blended learning strategies for improving student achievement across diverse student demographics and geographic regions in Texas, particularly among districts with persistent achievement gaps. Through a statewide competitive application process, five schools or districts will receive $500,000 grants and technical support over three years. For additional questions and requests, please contact Petri Darby, VP of Marketing, at pdarby@ryht.org or Joel Goudeau, Visual Design Strategist, at jgoudeau@ryht.org.

Blended Learning Images

These are images reflecting blended learning in action and blended learning workshops we hosted for 75 school and district teams. Additional images are available upon request.

Leadership Symposium

Raise Your Hand hosts an annual all-expenses-paid reunion conference for alumni of our leadership development and coaching programs. In years coinciding with the legislative session, it is held in Austin and known as the Campus to Capitol Conference. In off years, it is held in different cities and known as the Campus to Community Conference. For additional questions and requests, please contact Petri Darby, VP of Marketing, at pdarby@ryht.org or Joel Goudeau, Visual Design Strategist, at jgoudeau@ryht.org.

Leadership Symposium Images

These are some images from our annual alumni leadership symposium conferences. Additional images are available upon request.