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Learn Central Helps Parents Evaluate K-12 Education Options

Learn Central Helps Parents Evaluate K-12 Education Options

Looking for quality education options and a family friendly urban lifestyle? Learn Central, a new online portal developed to help parents evaluate the K-12 education options available in the central city, proves you can have them both!

Access to quality education is a central value to Houstonians. And now, so is the desire to live a family-friendly urban lifestyle in communities like East End Houston.

It’s possible to have both.

Families are thriving in Houston’s urban core thanks to outstanding schools, shorter commutes, quality amenities and an abundance of opportunity just outside their front doors.

To support all parents’ commitment to provide the best for their children, Learn Central makes it as easy as possible to find great education options including schools, afterschool programs, child care, and summer programs. This is a resource designed for families who want learning environments and neighborhoods that reflect the diversity of Houston. Equipped with this tool, families can make informed decisions about where to plant their urban roots.

Check out this inner looper’s guide to finding the right school for your child »

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Food Trucks Flock to Houston Food Park

Everything from tacos and burgers to pho and cupcakes are being dished out by mobile street vendors on a mission to bring some of Houston's finest cuisine to a corner near you. Food trucks in Houston's East End are no exception. On any given day,  you can find 6-8 trucks gathered for lunch and dinner service at the…

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Artists Wanted for New Murals Coming to Houston Neighborhoods

Artists Wanted for New Murals Coming to Houston Neighborhoods

The City of Houston is gearing up to add another thirty-eight artworks to street-side traffic signal control cabinets throughout Houston and is encouraging artists to submit qualifications for the opportunity to create a mural. Known as “Mini Murals”, Houston now has over 170 new original artworks in neighborhoods throughout the city that have been funded by Mayor Sylvester Turner and City Council, as well as private sponsors.

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