Movement, Movement, Movement!

Cabin fever is beginning to set in, folks. We’re all feeling it, and it’s starting to show.  Kids’ emotions are turning into mine fields, and parents might be peering into their handy-dandy-parenting-toolboxes for answers only to find that their supply of...
Resource Round-Up #2  March 26, 2020

Resource Round-Up #2 March 26, 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic has had a vast impact on public education, as school districts try to figure out ways to keep their students and employees safe, educate and feed students, and comply with federal and state mandates.  It is a tremendously tough road to navigate,...
School Closures and Coping

School Closures and Coping

Governor Abbott has officially closed all schools in Texas till at least April 3rd.  Many people expect closures to be extended beyond that, whether it’s from state-wide mandate or the decisions of local districts. Texas school districts are doing an incredible job of...
Pro Public Education Part 2

Pro Public Education Part 2

This week we’d like to bring you two additional resources prior to Super Tuesday. We at ED311 do not publicly support any particular candidate or party, but we heartily encourage you to vote, and we especially hope you’ll vote for people who are pro public education...
Pro Public Education Part 1

Pro Public Education Part 1

Early voting is in full swing, and March 3rd is fast approaching for those of us who like to stand in line with hundreds of our closest friends. There’s big stuff happening, and voting is important. But we aren’t here to tell you who to vote for, of course. What we...