What’s in It for You? Harris County Department of Education’s New Website Launches Oct. 31

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October 30, 2018 by HCDE-Texas

Harris County Department of Education launches its new website and engages you with a vibrant and responsive design, informational graphics and maps, custom photos, engaging videos, timely news features and upcoming events. The website was designed with the user in mind, helping you find information about HCDE services and programs easily through color-coded blocks labeling.


Testimonials allow education customers to decide which services can help you, be it a teacher certification program, a Head Start preschool program for your child or information about how HCDE is funded.

“Our new website is based on user experience, designed for the public so visitors can easily find out about HCDE whether you’re a parent, student, teacher, school district, teacher or taxpayer,” said County School Superintendent James Colbert Jr. “We are about what’s in it for you.”

Other features of our site include the following:

  • A vibrant color palette matched with HCDE programs and individual logos
  • Mobile-friendly navigation
  • Word Press platform for dependability
  • Search-engine optimized and friendly
  • Information-rich pages with facts at your fingertips

See you at our live launch on Oct. 31. See what’s in it for you: www.hcde-texas.org .

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