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Sep 19 2015

LISD Seeks Out Gifted Students


ETR Staff Report In accordance with the Texas State Plan for the Education of Gifted/Talented Students, the Longview Independent School District will consider students in grades K-8 who are not yet identified as gifted and talented for nomination and screening for gifted and talented program services. Beginning on September 18, 2015, anyone interested in the …

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Aug 23 2015

Innovation Academy Excels


The University of Texas at Tyler Innovation Academy is one of the highest performing schools in the region, Mark Parkerson, UT Tyler Ingenuity Center executive director, announced. Following the release of 2015 STAAR scores, the Texas Education Agency has designated all three IA campuses in Tyler, Longview and Palestine as “Texas STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering …

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Aug 13 2015

Junior League Preps Young Scholars

Kelly Bell/ETR Despite still being mired in the dog days of a typically sweltering East Texas summer, the time has come to look ahead to the coming school year. Uniforms, shoes and sundry supplies for area students are a matter on the minds of most parents. Junior League of Longview collaborated with Buckner Children and …

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Aug 08 2015


By: Shaunna Howat Like most people my age, I am the product of public school. The only alternative in my hometown was a Catholic girls’ school, and we knew that’s where the BAD girls went. Never mind that the reputation wasn’t rightly earned, just rumored by children who didn’t know anyone going there. Once I …

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Jul 18 2015

Early Childhood Educators Graduate, Receive Accreditation

Workforce Solutions East Texas (WSET) in partnership with Champions for Children hosted a graduation for 53 child care professionals receiving their Child Development Associate (CDA) Credential on Thursday. The CDA Credential is the most widely recognized credential in early childhood education and is a key stepping stone on the path of career advancement in early …

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Oct 17 2013

Standing with Wendy Davis: A champion for public education

The Texas American Federation of Teachers this week endorsed State Sen. Wendy Davis in her run for Texas Governor. “When we offer to stand with a candidate and work for their election, we spend an enormous amount of time looking at their positions on education issues to ensure they will be effective leaders in developing …

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May 13 2013

School cuts bother Hispanics

Hispanic Texans in the three major border population centers have a strong, personal connection to their public schools. They believe they and their children were personally hurt by the $5.4 billion in state budget cuts two years ago. wood working pdf These are among the findings of a new Latino Decisions survey commissioned by the …

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