Educators are stressing the importance of keeping kids healthy so they don’t have to stay home before the holidays and miss school.
Each year, Central Texas students miss 2.4 million days of school; A fifth of all students in Central Texas miss more than 2 weeks of school…
A panel discussion hosted by E3 Alliance says Texas kids are not as ready as they should be for kindergarten.
E3 says they have increase the pipeline funneling students into STEM jobs by 700 percent.
As another school year begins KXAN launches KXAN Educates, an initiative designed to provide parents and the community with perspective and …
The more students attend class, the more money school districts receive, which improves the quality of education.
Missing school matters. It matters to the student and it matters to the district.
If our students are not in the classroom they miss out on learning opportunities.
School districts across the region lose over $90 million in funding every year due to school absences.
“Every young learner needs to have strong foundational skills that become the basis for his or her future learning.”
“We have over 2.3 million absences in our region, and at $38 a day, those absences add up in total cost to our districts.”
“All graduating seniors and those already enrolled college should plan to complete the FAFSA this fall.”
Success in middle school is key as students begin to make choices about high school classes that can help them get ready for college.
“I think that is over the top shaming, and bullying and completely unacceptable.”
As students head back to school educators are raising awareness about the importance of college readiness starting at a young age.
KIPP Austin works to help students from educationally underserved communities go to college.
Being bilingual gives students a competitive economic edge culturally as well as linguistically.