Based on a book series from the Texas Supreme Court Historical Society, the Teach Texas Program shows how the state’s court system fits into the larger picture of Texas history: its roots, heroes, growing pains, and milestones, from the days of early Spanish colonization to the present. It introduces students to the Texas court system through an innovative program combining colorful stories from the history of the Texas courts with hands-on classroom activities led by teams of judges and attorneys.
The HBA Teach Texas Committee coordinates a program every spring where volunteer attorneys visit 7th grade classes throughout Harris County to teach lessons based on the Taming Texas curriculum.
For more information about the HBA's Teach Texas program, contact Bonnie Simmons at email@example.com or (713) 759-1133.
Official website: www.tamingtexas.org.
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Day 1 Justice Spain & Akilah Mance gave a very energetic “Teach Texas” presentation for my scholars today. These future leaders asked countless questions and took notes!! #HamiltonMS #TeachTexas #HoustonISD @HISDSocStudies @HamiltonMS1 @HoustonISD @thehba @SantosForTexas @AHMSPTO pic.twitter.com/qv0uWy9VjU— Ernest Johnson (@EJohnsonHISD) May 7, 2021
Day #2 “Taming Texas” was a burst of dynamic energy today! Thank You Justice Spain and Akilah Mance, Esq. @thehba @HISDSocStudies @statebaroftexas @HamiltonMS1 @SantosForTexas @HoustonISD @Northwest_HISD @TeamHISD @HoustonMunCourt @HISDSupe #TamingTexas #HamiltonMS #7thGrade pic.twitter.com/k8vpxsz1uz— Ernest Johnson (@EJohnsonHISD) May 7, 2021