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

Officials have delayed starting school for at least a week as Houston is pummeled by Harvey. By Lauren Camera, Education Reporter. Aug. 28, 2017, at 12:08 p.m.. By Lauren Camera, Education Reporter Aug. 28, 2017, at 12:08 p.m.. U.S. News & World Report ...and more »

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 »

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 »

More than 1 million public school students estimated to be affected by Hurricane Harvey - ABC News

As Harvey continues to bring devastation to the Gulf Coast, the Texas Education Agency estimates more than 1 million students in the state's public school system have been affected by the storm. “Roughly 20 percent of our student population has been ...and more »

Harvey delays opening of many Texas schools; some become shelters - Texas Tribune

Though school districts in the Houston area have postponed classes at least until next Tuesday, their buildings and employees are central to providing relief for people needing shelter during the Hurricane Harvey floods. by Aliyya Swaby Aug. 29, 2017 6 ...and more »

Hurricane Harvey shutters hundreds of Texas schools - Washington Post

On Monday, when Houston schools were supposed to be welcoming back students, the school district had instead been transformed into part of the storm response. School bus drivers were shuttling residents from deluged homes to auditoriums, which had been ...and more »

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

Christine Garcia relaxes with her 8-year-old daughter Mia in the Channelview High School gym. It's been turned into an evacuation shelter for victims of flooding from Harvey. Scott Olson/Getty Images hide caption. toggle caption. Scott Olson/Getty ...and more »

High schools now offering online classes - Chico Enterprise-Record

Chico >> Not so long ago, if a high school student wanted a job, they were limited to working after school, on weekends or during the summer. Now, through a relatively new program in Chico Unified School District, students who want to work, as well as ...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 »

Hurricane Harvey's Impact on Texas Schools and What's Being Done to Help - Education World

With Hurricane Harvey dumping record-setting amounts of rain in the Houston area, its impact has had a devastating effect on Houston students and their families. Many families have lost everything they have and the city's students won't start the new ...and more »