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Texas districts preparing to take in students displaced by Harvey - Texas Tribune

As several school officials along the Gulf Coast determine whether their districts can start classes next Tuesday, superintendents across the state are encouraging families displaced by Hurricane Harvey to enroll in their schools. by Aliyya Swaby Aug ...and more »

I'm a Houston geography teacher. This is my plan for our first day back — as soon as it arrives - Chalkbeat Colorado

Hurricane Harvey has upended so many things here in Houston, where I am starting my third year as a teacher. One of them is the lesson I am planning for the first day of school — as soon as it arrives.and more »

School Closings From Harvey Threaten Disruption Across Texas - New York Times

On what was supposed to be the first day of school in some Texas districts, the state with the nation's second-largest K-12 student population was in educational crisis Monday, with hundreds of thousands of families reeling from the effects of ...and more »

Harvey wreaks havoc on Houston schools - USA TODAY

Kristen McClintock should have been at work teaching special education classes at Houston's Westside High School on Wednesday afternoon. Instead, she stood in an isolated corner of the city's cavernous George R. Brown Convention Center, trying to ...and more »

How Schoolchildren Will Cope With Hurricane Harvey - The Atlantic

As floodwaters from tropical storm Harvey continue to rise in the nation's fourth most-populous city, well over 100 districts across southeastern Texas remain shuttered during what for some would have been the opening days of the academic year.and more »

Houston School Superintendent Says A Lot Of Work Ahead To Open Schools - NPR

This week was supposed to be the start of a brand-new school year for the 200,000, or so, students in the Houston Independent School District. Instead, kids, teachers and staff are dealing with the fallout from Harvey's record-breaking rainfall and ...and more »

Houston Schools Chief: Many Students Will Lose Everything - U.S. News & World Report

Public school students in Houston won't be starting school until at least Sept. 5, as the powerful storm dubbed Harvey continues to swirl overhead, dropping epic amounts of rain that's caused severe flooding and has submerged large swaths of the ...and more »

Houston Students Will Receive Free Meals This School Year - U.S. News & World Report

The city's public school system has received federal approval it says aided the move, though pre-Harvey efforts played a key role. By Lauren Camera, Education Reporter. By Lauren Camera, Education Reporter Aug. 30, 2017, at 12:40 p.m.. More. U.S. News ...and more »

Hurricane Harvey is keeping over 200000 kids out of school, and that could have long-term consequences - Business Insider

Some 230,000 students in Houston were supposed to go back to school this week, but face delays due to Hurricane Harvey. Academic research suggests kids may face psychological and academic challenges as the storm keeps them out of the classroom.and more »

Houston Schools Face Huge Cleanup as Some Aim to Open Soon - Wall Street Journal

HOUSTON—Neatly printed fliers welcoming each student back to the start of school sat on worktables in a classroom at A.G. Hilliard Elementary School in northeast Houston, but the students won't be there anytime soon. The campus took on 4 feet of water ...and more »