The State of Education in Texas

Education has always been a subject near and dear to my heart. My family and myself in particular values time spent learning about the world around us and life in general. However, not everyone has equal access to the education that my family enjoys. Many children, who might have had bright futures, a summarily tossed out or put in substandard education due to mental disabilities. This is a travesty and it hurts my heart to see this kind of thing take place.

But here in Houston great things are afoot. A number of schools and academies have been started to address this very need. Today I am going to highlight one of them. River Oaks Academy in Houston, Texas is a beacon for children who need a little extra attention at school. At River Oaks Academy, children are treated with the care they deserve and are given the attention they need to succeed in school and in life. The staff at River Oaks Academy provides some of the best care in the industry. Each member is carefully screened and chosen for their ability to work with children and help them succeed.

Additionally, River Oaks Academy is one of a few special needs schools in Houston, Texas who are dual accredited. They will accept almost any child and are a great resource of both parents and students. If you have a child with special needs, take a few minutes to visit their website and place a phone call. It my humble opinion that you will be glad you did.

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