“The key to helping students learn is making sure that every child has an effective teacher every single year.”
–Melinda French Gates
Humanities Texas offers a number of exciting programs, both online and in-person, that recognize and encourage outstanding teaching in Texas schools. We place special emphasis on providing teachers with the rigorous, content-intensive training that they need to ensure student success.
Throughout the year, Humanities Texas holds online and in-person programs offering teachers the opportunity to study with leading scholars, exploring topics at the heart of the state's social studies and language arts curricula.
Each year, Humanities Texas recognizes the achievements of fifteen exemplary classroom teachers with monetary awards.
This initiative recognizes outstanding Texas history instruction and the development of Texas history curricula.
A poster series with related curriculum materials, A President’s Vision examines the aspirations of notable U.S. presidents and the programs and initiatives that advanced each man’s vision.
This weekly radio program profiles individuals who have had a profound influence on Texas history and culture.
Humanities Texas has assembled and developed a number of substantive online resources useful for classroom instruction and activities.