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Premier High School Students Have the Chance to Get Ahead Through...

Five Premier High Schools in the Rio Grande Valley (RGV) have created partnerships to provide its students with opportunities in welding, culinary arts, health...

Premier High School of Brownsville Partnering with Cameron County Education Initiative...

Students at Premier High School of Brownsville will now have an opportunity to complete a certified nursing assistant (CNA) program free of cost while...

Premier High School of Palmview Alumna Shares How Premier Helped Her...

Lucero Rodriguez had heard about the Premier High School program while in eighth grade, but it was not until she had finished her sophomore...

Why History Matters—Embracing the Historical Narrative in a Truly Disjointed World

I have never been one for revisionism. In fact, as a historian I firmly place myself on the side of tradition, much to the...

3 Latin Words Become 3 English Symbols

"A picture is worth a thousand words," according to the old saying. Sometimes, though, three words are worth three pictures, or at least three...

Northwest Arkansas Classical Academy Senior Attends Arkansas Boys State

This summer, Northwest Arkansas Classical Academy current senior Billy Mendoza got to see, first-hand, the inner workings of the Arkansas court of judicial appeals...

A Teacher’s Perspective: How iSchool High at University Park Prepares Students...

I can remember the first class I ever took in college my freshman year at Baylor University. I had breezed through high school with...

iSchool High of Hickory Creek Senior Gets Ahead Utilizing the Mastery-Based...

When sixteen year old Julianna Baumgartner graduates from iSchool High of Hickory Creek in May, she will have completed 33 college credits. With the...

iSchool High: A Teacher’s Perspective

I often hear educators say, “I would love teaching if I could actually spend my day teaching.” Teaching often takes second priority to maintaining...

Why History Matters—Embracing the Historical Narrative in a Truly Disjointed World

I have never been one for revisionism. In fact, as a historian I firmly place myself on the side of tradition, much to the...

Clay Classical Academy Students Develop Leadership Skills Through Future Leaders Outreach...

Madison Cathcart wants to own her own cosmetic line, Johnjuana Fisher wants to be an oncologist so she can find a cure for cancer,...

Socratic Seminar 101: Building Critical Thinkers K-12

ResponsiveEd’s Director of Classical Methodology Adrienne Freas and K-12 Director of History John Heitzenrater co-presented at the Texas Charter School Association Fall Conference. The...

Quest School of Pine Bluff 4-H Students to Attend Citizenship Washington...

Quest School of Pine Bluff, a ResponsiveEd® charter school, is proud to announce that six students in its 4-H program will be traveling to...

Congressman Bruce Westerman and Senator Trent Garner Visit Quest School of...

On August 22, students at ResponsiveEd’s Quest School of Pine Bluff had a chance to hear from Congressman Bruce Westerman and Senator Trent Garner....

ResponsiveEd Students Develop Character through Athletics

This year the varsity girls, varsity boys and junior varsity girls cross country teams at Founders Classical Academy of Lewisville finished their season winning...

How to Make Your First Day a Winning Day

The first day of school is not just a big day for the children themselves. For many of you, it’s the first time you...

Summer English

Reading and writing don’t need to be limited to assignments. From family bedtime reading to pen-pals, young children can appreciate the benefits of English....

Summer History and Geography

History helps us understand other people and societies as well as provide us with a sense of identity.  Learning history can be accessed in...

Moving Students from Dropout Recovery to College Readiness

In Texas alone, there were 33,466 students in grades seventh-12 that dropped out of public schools during the 2015-16 school year. Students come from...

Socratic Seminar 101: Building Critical Thinkers K-12

ResponsiveEd’s Director of Classical Methodology Adrienne Freas and K-12 Director of History John Heitzenrater co-presented at the Texas Charter School Association Fall Conference. The...

We’re Gonna Plymouth Rock Your World

ResponsiveEd’s Director of English Language Arts and Reading Joy Morris and Director of K-12 History  John Heitzenrater co-presented at the Texas Charter School Association...

Why History Matters—Embracing the Historical Narrative in a Truly Disjointed World

I have never been one for revisionism. In fact, as a historian I firmly place myself on the side of tradition, much to the...

Common College Application Mistakes and How to Avoid Them

It’s time to apply for college. If you haven’t started yet, you are about to discover that there are a lot of forms, deadlines...

An Important Conversation for Parents and Students: How to Pay for...

Most students know college is expensive. They hear it from their friends and probably parents. Many students, just knowing that tuition payments require a...

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