Do the math: If you take the average age of a high school freshman, 14, and add 12, what do you get?
When you think of seventh and eighth grade history class, you probably think of textbook-heavy lectures. But that’s certainly not the case in Becca Canfield’s class.
Music has been a part of Roy Davis’ life for as long as he can remember. And for the past 25 years, he has shared his love for music with students at Martinsville ISD.
This is the second in a series of articles dealing with the development of the Texas Higher Education System. For those having a particular interest in the subject, invaluable information may be obtained in a Texas State Historical Association publication known as the “The Handbook of Texas.…
Dimple Sadler speaks at the EJ Campbell District Support Center on June 18 after receiving the award for NISD's Secondary Teacher of the Year. Sadler has taught chemistry at Nacogdoches High School for 32 years.
Fleas are pesky little biters, only 1⁄16 to 1⁄8 inch long, in the insect order Siphonaptera. That translates into English roughly as little bloodsuckers that drink through a tube (siphon) and that have no wings (aptera).
The Great Depression of 1929, and World War II greatly impacted Texas public higher education. In spite of all the turmoil, Texas was able to maintain a number of its colleges and universities and to keep their tuition within the range of many students.
When Angelica O’Pry interviewed to be the music teacher at Raguet Elementary School, she knew part of her job would be carrying on a longstanding tradition.
Still awaiting direction from the state regarding a fall schedule, Nacogdoches ISD administrators canceled summer learning programs for students in kindergarten through 8th grade.
Working as an educator started for Olivia Ramos in her second grade class with a new student from Mexico and a teacher who didn’t speak Spanish.
The Stephen F. Austin University Board of Regents held a special meeting Sunday via videoconference to share concerns of faculty and staff who offered harsh criticism of university leadership.
Awaiting a state-level decision on highway speed limits in Central Heights, area transportation officials say signs expanding the Central Heights school zone and warning drivers of trucks entering the highway should be installed later this month.