Brandi D. Addison

Education Reporter, Environmental Activist, Human Rights Advocate

Location icon United States

Brandi is the education reporter for the Midland Reporter-Telegram. She graduated from Texas Tech University in December 2018 with a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism and a cognate in health, science and environmental studies.

Prior to the Reporter-Telegram, she was an intern or staff writer for seven publications and completed her senior internship at Fort Worth Magazine in the summer of 2018.

She is passionate about issues in science, regarding environmental sustainability, global warming and climate change. Inevitably, she has also become more interested in social issues, including racism, poverty, world hunger, immigration and refugees, and animal and human welfare.

Through her work, she hopes to encourage and help empower others who may also be passionate about these issues.

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Coleman child care designated as Texas Rising Star

High school's center receives highest-level certification Published The child care center at Coleman High School has been certified as a four-star Texas Rising Star provider - the highest-level certification it can receive based on its quality of care and curriculum. The TSR program is a rating system for providers participating in the Texas Workforce Commission's subsidized child care program.


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An educator's impact, longevity of learning is forever

Published Over the weekend, I had the chance to attend the Society of Professional Journalists' Region 8 Conference at Tarleton State University. Although it was a conference for journalists, it was really a lot more than that for me. TSU was the first higher education institution I attended after graduating from high school.

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MC trustees vote to hold steady on tuition

Published Tuition and general user fees at Midland College are holding steady for the 2019-20 academic year after trustees voted Tuesday in favor of administrators' request that there be no change. Residence hall charges also are remaining the same, but meal plans are increasing.

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ROPE Youth adds Young Gentleman Club

Five programs serve elementary through high school students Published ROPE - Redirecting Outreach Program Efforts - Youth has added the Young Gentleman Club to its list of programs that serve at-risk students in fourth through 12 th grades.

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Dallas author aims to introduce kids to people with Down syndrome

Jordan Burk creates character based on his late uncle, who had the genetic disorder Published A 29-year-old children's book author and illustrator is bringing to Midland the first book in a series about Down syndrome, hoping his message will teach readers that being different is more than OK.

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MISD principals: Failing campuses are making progress

Administrators expect their schools to leave IR status this year Published The four principals of Midland ISD's improvement-required campuses showed evidence of progress to district officials during a workshop on March 5 - and each was optimistic their school no longer would be an IR campus after this academic year.

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County approves $1.75 million grant for MISD fiber optics

Published Though previously discussed and approved during a Midland County Commissioners' Court meeting last fall, the $1.75 million grant for Midland ISD's fiber optic project was officially approved at Monday's meeting - after receiving opinion from the Texas Attorney General's Office.

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Trinity tries to prepare seniors for adulthood

Seven graduates speak to high school; Class of 2019 attends Life 101 workshop Published During the last semester for high school seniors, Trinity School has made an effort to achieve one of its main goals for these students: to prepare them to enter adulthood.

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Higher education leaders' goal is workforce-ready graduates

Published Higher education presidents of Midland and Odessa colleges and the University of Texas of the Permian Basin have one goal in common: to adapt to an ever-changing world and prepare students for a long-term sustainability of workforce demands.

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Housing market concerns local college presidents

MC's Thomas, OC's Williams and UTPB's Woodley address the issue at State of Education luncheon Published Faculty, staff and students at Midland and Odessa's institutions of higher education are facing a battle against the region's inflated housing market and community poverty, making it difficult to recruit - and for the students and community to succeed.

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