Houston ISD Superintendent Millard House II on Thursday unveiled its long-awaited five-year strategic plan, which provides an equity framework aimed at expanding all campuses with library, nursing and advisory staff, as well as fine arts, gifted and talented programs, and specialty programs equip educational support.
The plan would also increase teachers’ base salaries, offer sign-on bonuses to new educators, expand early childhood education, and refocus the way the district communicates with families.
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