Helping Young People Excel (H.Y.P.E) is an organization whose nucleus consists of minority men and women who are dedicated to enlightening adolescents and youth about the consequences that mischief can cause at an early age.
On November 12 after the Harris County Department of Education’s (HCDE) Board of Trustees voted, James Colbert, Jr. was officially announced as the newly elected county school superintendent. This election has marked history within Houston’s award-winning and nation recognized HCDE
Although it’s not the only city with violence, the street conflict in Chicago has dominated mainstream media news cycles the past few years. One would think that there is nothing good to report on about young people out of the Wind City or any city throughout the country.
The fate of Home Rule in Dallas Independent School District remains up in the air as the commission attempts to hammer out a proposed plan it feels the public will support.Meanwhile, DISD officials are moving forward in preps for the 2014-2015 school year.
The great education debate in Houston Independent School District (HISD) is a long-standing argument about what is best course in educating children.The discussion has taken two tracks with the HISD Superintendent Dr. Terry Grier and the HISD Board on one side and Community leaders and activists on the other side.
New Chancellor Dr. Stephen Head: Equal Access to Education and Keeping Communities Competitive & Prepared for Future
Head was appointed as the fourth chancellor of the Lone Star College System after a thirty-year history of high-level positions at LSCS including President of Lone Star College-North Harris, Executive Vice Chancellor, acting Chief Executive Officer, interim President at Montgomery College and President of Kingwood College.
The A Cappella Choir of Wiley College is engaged in music ministry and outreach this week in Japan. The International Association of Methodist-related Schools, Colleges, and Universities, IAMSCU, invited the choir to sing throughout the week at its conference in Hiroshima on “Peace, Reconciliation, and Human Rights.”
Fixing discipline problems in the Aldine Independent School District has not been a walk in the park, butSuperintendent Dr. Wanda Bamberg is honest and upfront admitting the problems the district has and sharing action plans for dealing with them.