In our third episode of Intersect Ed, we will hear from several members of the Class of 2020 in Houston about how school closures and emergency remote learning impacted their final semester of high school. School leaders and educators also share the ways they tried to help these seniors navigate their final days of high school in the midst of a global pandemic.
A family’s love fosters a future teacher’s gift.
Each year, the Arlington ISD’s strategic plan is energized by a massive, dynamic demonstration of community collaboration.
An Early College High School in El Paso, Texas is changing what students and their families believe is possible.
For 10 years, Principal Edgar Tibayan has been an educator in one of Texas’ poorest and most isolated school districts. But his chief message to his students is that poverty does not define a person’s destiny.
The key to her school’s success, says Principal Barnes, is working closely with the families and asking for their input on everything.