You work hard, so we’re making it easy to find information about Houston area job opportunities, exclusive teacher perks, and other resources for current teachers and those about to retire.
KIPP Texas Public Schools
Here you’ll find helpful information on teaching programs and other resources.
The Teacher Incentive Allotment (TIA) was created by the Texas Legislature as part of House Bill 3 to provide a realistic pathway for top teachers to earn six-figure salaries and to help attract and retain highly effective teachers at traditionally hard-to-staff schools.
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Saturday, January 6, 2024
Powered by the CFP Foundation (CFPF) The College Football Playoff (CFP) Foundation is hosting its annual FREE Extra Yard for Teachers Summit in Houston this year! This celebration is open to ALL educators and is an extraordinary opportunity...
Academic Super Store
Adobe Creative Cloud Suite
AncestryK12 allows U.S. educators to access select content from Fold3 military records, the Ancestry U.S. Collection, and Newspapers.com for free.
Barnes & Noble
Budget Truck Rental
Teachers can save up to 50% on select eyewear at Glasses.com when they sign in and verify through ID.me.
Half Price Books
Home Chef is oﬀering a 50% ﬁrst order discount to teachers, in addition to a 10% discount for subsequent orders. Available for new customers only.
15% oﬀ when you join their Teacher’s Club
New York Times
Oﬃce Depot/Oﬃce Max
Children’s Museum of Houston
Space Center Houston
Museum of Fine Arts Houston
Houston Museum of Natural Science
At HMNS, we love education and educators. That’s why we started our annual Buy One, Give One campaign. Each September, for every Family level membership or above purchased, we give away one dual level membership to an educator in our community. It’s our way of giving back to those who spend the entire year giving to others.
A membership to the museum means educators have even more resources and programming they can use for their students, themselves, and their families.
Good Reason Houston and the College Football Playoff Foundation, with support from the Harris County-Houston Sports Authority’s local Host Committee, launched the campaign to help support teacher recruitment and recognition in Houston. Our city is struggling to fill teacher vacancies and current teachers need more support from the community. This campaign aims to bring more talent to Houston and reward those hard-working teachers who devote themselves to educating our future generations.
The campaign was launched by Good Reason Houston and the College Football Playoff Foundation with support from the Harris County-Houston Sports Authority’s local Host Committee. We are adding corporate and philanthropic partners every year. These partners are committed to education and education efforts through their focus areas, and they add multiple layers of resources to the campaign to create amazing opportunities for Houston teachers.