Tag Archives: communications

  1. HCDE Communicators Gain 43 Awards through Texas School Public Relations Association

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    March 5, 2020 by HCDE-Texas

    Harris County Department of Education earned top honors for its work in communications and community engagement through the 2020 Texas …
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  2. HCDE Communicators Earn Multiple Prestigious Texas School Public Relations Association Awards

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    February 25, 2019 by HCDE-Texas

    Harris County Department of Education communicators earned 16 awards for outstanding education communications from the Texas School Public Relations Association. …
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  3. Danielle Clark Appointed Chief Communications Officer at Harris County Department of Education

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    September 6, 2018 by HCDE-Texas

    Strategic communicator Danielle Clark has been appointed chief communications officer for Harris County Department of Education. In her new position, …
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  4. 3 HCDE Communications Professionals Earn Awards through 2018 Lone Star Awards

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    June 19, 2018 by HCDE-Texas

    Three Communications and Creative Services professionals gained awards in the 2018 Lone Star Awards through the Houston Press Club. Daniel Villarreal …
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  5. HCDE Communicators Honored with 12 Public Relations Awards from 2018 Texas School Public Relations Association Annual Conference

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    February 22, 2018 by HCDE-Texas

    Harris County Department of Education communicators earned 12 awards for outstanding education communications from the Texas School Public Relations Association. …
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