A recent report criticizes Texas public universities for imbalanced teaching of American history by overly emphasizing issues of race, gender and class.
Daily Archives: March 13, 2013
Recently trounced Lt. Gov. David Dewhurst jumped on the PR bandwagon inviting gunmaker Beretta to Texas last week, four days after trendsetter Helena Brown.
It’s Celebrate the Second Amendment Day at the Capitol. You might say that’s every day at the Texas Legislature, and you’d have a point (it may be second in the Constitution, but it’s first in Texans’ hearts, or so it …
House Bill 1423 would lower the stakes of the STAAR test, by removing the requirement, on the books since 1994, that students pass state exams to graduate. Deshotel’s proposal would limit testing to the federal requirements—just math, reading and science, and only one of each test in high school.