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Story of the Week 

(Photo: Longview ISD) Longview ISD’s Whitney Reardon makes the holiday season memorable for her deaf education students.  (Read entire story). 



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Recent Stories 

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Signing Santa
December 20, 2018

Longview ISD’s Whitney Reardon makes the holiday season memorable for her deaf education students.

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PICK Education

November 15, 2018

 

Ector County ISD's PICK Education collaborative connects students and teachers with real world experiences through university and institute partnerships.

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The TIE Club

October 18, 2018

 

Three years ago, fourth grade social studies teacher Kevin Hunter saw the need for positive male influences in the lives of the young men at Shive Elementary School in the Vernon ISD.

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A Legacy Begins

October 4, 2018

Leah Zavala’s passion for teaching students who want to become teachers comes alive as part of Denton ISD's “Grow Your Own” teaching initiative.


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Having Fun Along the Way

September 20, 2018

Army veteran Ross Gragert takes an innovative approach to lesson delivery at Willis High School.

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Lifelong Learners

September 6, 2018

As a forensics and biomedical sciences CTE teacher, Luna exposes her students to techniques used in real world law enforcement and crime investigations.

Read the Lifelong Learners story  



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Catching Up After the Storm

August 30, 2018

After the devastation of Hurricane Harvey, the first day of the 2017-2018 school year for Aransas Pass ISD was seven weeks later than originally scheduled.

Read story at Catching Up After the Storm  


 

 

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