Texas legislators of all political stripes have agreed on at least one thing during the 84th legislative session: the need to expand the state’s […]
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One problem with Sid Miller’s ‘cupcake amnesty': Texas had not, in fact, ever banned cupcakes brought from home to school. And the rule change behind Miller’s announcement took place April 2014, months before Miller was even elected.
Greg Abbott gave his first State of the State address today—and he’s positioning himself as a relatively moderate governor. How much does that mean?
A bill by Rep. Dan Flynn (R-Canton) authorizes teachers to use “force or deadly force” to defend themselves, students, or school property.
Let the bashing of public schools, immigrants and any limitations whatsoever on guns begin.
DeJuana Lozada was once homeless at age 11. Today, she is advocating for better education for students of color.
For opponents of Mexico’s sweeping new education reforms, the Mexican education system is clumsily following the path to privatized education and standardized testing first blazed by Texas.
Is Texas better off now than it was two years ago?
The House put off SJR 1 for days to see if the Senate will approve $200 million for schools during the HB 1025 vote.
After a heck of a battle, the session’s biggest education bill, HB 5, has finally passed in the Senate.