Tag Archives: Texas State Board of Education
The myth of America’s “Christian origins,” which developed in the 19th century, could well be what students learn from the new history textbooks going int...Read More
A University of Houston doctoral student and former English teacher has sparked a national conversation about how public schools teach geography, history and ra...Read More
A team of lobbyists from the Texas Home School Coalition bring home-schooled kids together from around the state to help better represent their community....Read More
In a preliminary vote, the Texas State Board of Education voted Wednesday to ask for textbooks on Mexican-American Studies and other ethnic studies courses....Read More
The Texas State Board of Education heard testimony Tuesday on a proposed high school elective in Mexican-American history....Read More
At confirmation hearing for SBOE chair Barbara Cargill, freshman Sen. Donna Campbell steals the show.
Donna Campbell seemed genuinely baffled to learn that Texas students don't already get creationism in class. (Or Intelligent Design, as it's more fashionably kn...Read More