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HCS board members approve plans to address academic loss, ‘safe return’ to classroom
Horry County School Board members approved two plans that will address students’ academic needs and safety. Leaders unanimously approved the “Student Academic Loss” plan to help those who may have ...
Bay Area news briefs: Woman to compete in Miss Houston Volunteer pageant
Tiffany Dimaano, who represented Clear Lake when she placed in the Top 15 at the 2014 Miss Texas’ Outstanding Teen pageant, will compete July 3 for a $20,000 scholarship as Miss Houston Volunteer in ...
'Flat budgets, increasing costs': School leaders, organizations push for increased school funding in 2021-23 budget
Republicans on the state's Joint Finance Committee last week directed more state aid to schools, but it serves to cut property taxes rather than allow schools to spend more.
Spring-area hospitals, educators tackle nursing shortage amid pandemic
The Texas Department of State Health Services projects the Gulf Coast region will have a deficit of 21,400 registered nurses by 2032 as the growing demand continues to outweigh supply.
Houston Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. Announces $100K in Scholarships and Awards to 40 Houston Area Students
Scholarships ranging from $1,000 to $10,000 each were recently awarded by the Houston Alumnae Chapter (HAC) of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. The recipients included 31 graduating high school ...
Area school districts speak on approach to '21-22 budget with supplemental ESSER funds
There have been three rounds of ESSER funds made available to school districts, according to previous reports by the Amarillo Globe-News.
Fox Chapel Area school taxes climb slightly
Fox Chapel Area residents will pay slightly higher school taxes in 2021-22. The school board on June 14 approved its $104 million budget, seeing the tax rate climb from 19.8 to 20.1 mills. It is a 1.3 ...
BJC HealthCare, Washington U announce COVID-19 vaccine requirements for employees
BJC will require employees to be fully vaccinated by Sept. 15. Washington University will require all faculty, staff and trainees to show proof of vaccination by August 30.
'Accept, adapt and overcome': Health care workers adjust to challenges amid COVID-19
The realities of the pandemic have led to the exacerbation of an already-present nursing shortage across the Texas Gulf Coast region, which includes Houston, local and regional experts said.
School failure rates during pandemic double, triple at some Houston-area districts
HOUSTON — School failure rates at some Houston-area districts doubled or even ... we have a unique opportunity to address the impact COVID-19 has had – and continues to have – on elementary ...
Meet 6 Asian American changemakers shaping Houston’s future
Asian Americans make up the Houston area’s fastest-growing ... who will start his medical school journey at Texas A&M University in the summer, organized COVID-19 vaccines for more than 2,500 ...
Intermountain Healthcare, UTHealth in Houston and Rush University Join PhysIQ’s Study to Develop COVID-19 Digital Biomarker
CHICAGO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Digital health leader ... at Houston (UTHealth) and Rush University Medical Center have joined the NIH-funded DeCODe study to develop an AI-based COVID-19 digital ...