Harris County Department of Education is the oldest public education entity in the county, providing specialized services to help the 25 independent school districts and charter schools in our area to close the gaps in education.
At HCDE, we serve nearly 150,000 students each year through early childhood education; our schools for students with disabilities, reluctant learners and those faced with addiction; GED, ESL and workforce development programs for adults; regional after-school programs; and school-based physical, occupational and music therapy. We also provide support for educators through professional development, school safety training and educator certification.
Through these specialized shared services, we save school districts and taxpayers money.
In addition, HCDE manages a national purchasing cooperative that saves school districts and government agencies millions of dollars each year.
Check out the County Wide Fact Sheet. Download all supported HCDE school district fact sheets, or view the 87th Texas Legislative fact sheets for both House of Representatives and Senate for more details.
2019-2020 Fact Sheets for School Districts Served By Harris County Department of Education
This interactive map shows the local school districts that HCDE supports. The name of the district is a link to that fact sheet. Each individual fact sheet will open in a new tab. This is best viewed on a desktop or tablet. For mobile users, view the fact sheets by clicking the district name - Aldine, Alief, Channelview, Clear Creek, Crosby, Cy-Fair, Dayton, Deer Park, Galena Park, Goose Creek, Houston, Huffman, Humble, Katy, Klein, La Porte, New Caney, Pasadena, Pearland, Sheldon, Spring Branch, Spring, Stafford, Tomball, Waller.