After 20 years, the state’s most lucrative corporate welfare program comes to an end.
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.
Black boys, foster care kids, and special ed students were disproportionately suspended, according to a new report from Texans Care for Children.
Boerne ISD was once in the grips of a student suicide crisis, but now a prevention program has kept the district suicide-free for the last three years.
A growing number of people have reported that a state law is forcing them to choose between their political beliefs and payment for their labor.
Abysmal compliance with a decades-old state law is leaving at least 180,000 high school seniors off the current voter rolls, according to a new report.
After Parkland and Santa Fe shootings, schools are taking a harder line against students who threaten violence. Advocates warn that overcriminalizing behavior could backfire.
In Texas, four-year degree programs for imprisoned women are expiring, even as more of them end up in the prison system.