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Fixing Kashmere High will take “village” help. Copyright 2016: Houston Chronicle | September 12, 2016 Year after year, students and parents vote with their feet by transferring out of Kashmere High School, leaving it the district’s smallest comprehensive high school serving only about 585 students last year. There’s no single

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No matter their dedication, school personnel cannot fix intergenerational poverty. Copyright 2016: Houston Chronicle | August 19, 2016 When Texas institutes its new A-through-F accountability system next year, the odds are overwhelming that Kashmere High School in northeast Houston will receive an “F.” Indeed, students’ performance on state standardized tests has

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On Wednesday, Feb. 17, Kashmere High School celebrated the opening of HISD’s second ProUnitas, Inc., center with the unveiling of the Kashmere Success Center. The center, which was created, supported and financed by 40 different non-profit, for-profit, community, and municipal groups, is dedicated to empowering the Kashmere community by providing

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Families living in Houston’s most affluent ZIP code earn on average 10 times more than those in the ZIP codes with the lowest incomes. Income inequality is neither new nor confined to Houston. Politicians, journalists and professors throughout the world are engaged in a debate over its causes and cures.

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Houston’s Learning Curve It’s one of the most diverse, one of the poorest and one of the best public school systems in the country. But there’s still a lot of work to do. Read Full Article with Photos at Politico.com “HISD has a lot of good intentions,” says Adeeb Barqawi.

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We are pleased to announce that Adeeb Barqawi’s Abstract, 329302, entitled “Community Health Collaboration- Outreach and Resources for Gulf Coastal Arms in Northeast Houston” has been selected and confirmed for Poster presentation during the 143rd American Public Health Association Annual Meeting and Exposition (October 31 – November 4, 2015) in

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Councilman Jerry Davis, Congresswoman Sheila Jackson-Lee, HDHHS Director Stephen Williams, local businessman Lee Zieben, and non-profit, ProUnitas all come together for the benefit of Kashmere Gardens What: HOUSTON, T.X., November 22nd, 2014 – City of Houston council leaders, directors, businesses and non-profits are all coming together for a common cause; Community.

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Senior Darius Lewis almost failed physics. Here’s how he changed his path. By: Laura Isensee, May 29th, 2014 06:30 AM Kashmere High School is ranked as one of the worst high schools in Greater Houston. But this year, the 12th grade physics class outscored every other school in the district.

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Second-year HISD teacher Adeeb Barqawi’s physics students at Kashmere High School received a mayoral proclamation today from Mayor Annise Parker and Council Member Jerry Davis naming Tuesday, April 15, 2014 “Kashmere High School Junior and Senior Day” in Houston. The proclamation is in recognition of Barqawi’s students receiving the highest

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MAY 8, 2014 — A Georgetown alumnus and physics teacher at Kashmere High School in Houston has been honored by the mayor and City Council for his students’ success on a district-wide assessment last fall. Adeeb Barqawi (G’12), who obtained his master’s in physiology and biophysics with a concentration in complementary and alternative