Anti-“critical race theory” crusaders picked up seats in May elections around the state as part of a nationwide movement.
The newest COVID-19 variant has wreaked havoc on public schools in the state, forcing closures as districts scramble for adequate staff.
A new book by Katie Worth shows how conservative ideologues and fossil fuel money have crept into public-school curricula across the nation.
After 20 years, the state’s most lucrative corporate welfare program comes to an end.
The state’s Chapter 313 program offers steep discounts on property taxes to attract big industrial projects that are supposed to pay off over the long term. But by the time these projects return to the tax rolls, much of that value has disappeared.
‘I Felt Like They Were Demonizing My People’: Advocates and Families Point to Biases in Texas Curricula
In Allen ISD, a 9th grade student is pushing back against an anti-Palestinian lesson plan.
As schools reopen, some families face potentially life-threatening options.
Texas’ best high school mariachi bands take the stage.
With no edict from Governor Abbott, rural school officials must weigh the health of their students against the health of their communities.
In a last-ditch effort to stop a state takeover of Texas’ largest school district, the Houston teachers union is suing the state for disenfranchising voters of color.