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This kit contains the Raising Blended Learners initiative grant summary, downloadable Raise Your Hand Texas and Raising Blended Learners logos, project statements of the twenty winning teams, a map of the twenty demonstration districts, YouTube playlists highlighting important benchmarks from the initiative, and downloadable video and photos that illustrate blended learning in action.

Twenty Winners Selected

$6 MILLION IN GRANT FUNDING THROUGH RAISING BLENDED LEARNERS INITIATIVE

Twenty school districts selected as blended learning demonstration sites in the second cohort of the Raising Blended Learning initiative. Each district will receive up to $300,000 in grant funding plus additional in-kind technical assistance to implement a personalized learning program within their district.

The winning demonstration sites are:

  • Arlington ISD
  • The Centers for Applied Science & Technology (CAST) (San Antonio)
  • Dallas ISD
  • DeKalb ISD (Bowie County, west of Texarkana)
  • Denton ISD (Denton County, north of Dallas)
  • East Central ISD (San Antonio)
  • Ector County ISD
  • Floresville ISD (Bexar County, southeast of San Antonio)
  • Garland ISD (Dallas)
  • Harlingen CISD
  • Hutto ISD (Williamson County, northeast of Austin)
  • Lamar CISD (Fort Bend County, west of Houston)
  • Lewisville ISD (Denton County, north of Dallas)
  • Roscoe Collegiate ISD (Nolan County, west of Abilene)
  • Socorro ISD (El Paso)
  • Stephenville ISD (Erath County, southwest of Fort Worth)
  • Terrell ISD (Kaufman County, east of Dallas)
  • Tomball ISD (Tomball County, northwest of Houston)
  • Venus ISD (Johnson County, southeast of Fort Worth)
  • Weslaco ISD

Downloadable Logos

All media outlets are free to download and publish the Raise Your Hand Texas or Raising Blended Learners Initiative logos.

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 Videos

Click the icon in the upper right-hand corner of a featured video for a list of videos in a playlist. We invite you to share and embed this original content in your news stories, blog posts, or websites.

Raising Blended Learners Districts

  • Arlington ISD
  • The Centers for Applied Science & Technology (CAST)
  • Dallas ISD
  • DeKalb ISD
  • Denton ISD
  • East Central ISD
  • Ector County ISD
  • Floresville ISD
  • Garland ISD
  • Harlingen CISD
  • Hutto ISD
  • Lamar CISD
  • Lewisville ISD
  • Roscoe Collegiate ISD
  • Socorro ISD
  • Stephenville ISD
  • Terrell ISD
  • Tomball ISD
  • Venus ISD
  • Weslaco ISD

Profiles of Raising Blended Learners Districts

Learn more about each of the current 20 Raising Blended Learners districts from the problem they are solving in their districts using blended learning to key features of their blended implementations. Districts are spending the 2020-21 school year planning their blended learning programs and will begin implementation in the 2021-22 school year.