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Leading the Charge: Dr. Priscilla Aquino Garza Joins Pahara Fellowship

Leading the Charge: Dr. Priscilla Aquino Garza Joins Pahara Fellowship

We are thrilled to announce that Dr. Priscilla Aquino Garza, Senior Director of the Teaching and Leading Programs at Educate Texas, has been selected to participate in the esteemed Pahara Fellowship.

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Investing in Texas Educators: The Key to Student Success

Investing in Texas Educators: The Key to Student Success

The second annual UNT Symposium on "Expanding North Texas Teacher Pathways: Creating an Inclusive, Equipped, and Sustainable Workforce" brought together a diverse array of voices committed to advancing education in Texas. 

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Empowering Futures: Transformative STEM Education for Southern Dallas County

Empowering Futures: Transformative STEM Education for Southern Dallas County

Educate Texas, Lancaster ISD, and the Texas Instruments (TI) Foundation came together to build a districtwide model for STEM education that has created a solid learning foundation for students that will have a lasting impact on the predominantly African American community of Southern Dallas County.

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Harlingen School of Health Professions: Nurturing Success Through Unique Culture and Education Excellence

Harlingen School of Health Professions: Nurturing Success Through Unique Culture and Education Excellence

In the heart of Harlingen, Texas, a remarkable educational culture is thriving at the Harlingen School of Health Professions of HCISD, thanks to the visionary leadership of Principal Tina Garza.

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Teaching & Leading

July 24, 2023

Diversifying the Teacher Pipeline: A Film Screening and Panel Discussion

Educator, researcher, and creative, Shareefah Mason, brought the community together to shed light on how we can and why we should diversify the teacher pipeline

Teaching & Leading

February 22, 2023

Education leaders are given tools, resources to inspire future educators through the High School to Teaching Model

Students want more teachers to express their problems and challenges at home and they feel most comfortable sharing those thoughts with teachers who they see themselves in.

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