Tag Archives: public schools
The problem isn’t that high schoolers “aren’t ready for college,” says UTEP graduate student Eddie Nevarez, but rather that they get credit for courses ...Read More
Thanks to an impending TEA district takeover, the state was in a position to end its legal troubles with Progreso ISD simply by replacing the school district’...Read More
Houston ISD would be the first in Texas, at least among the largest districts, to pass a clear policy about opt-outs. The move wouldn’t be an endorsement of t...Read More
New report shows disparities in school discipline are more pronounced for kids in pre-kindergarten through fifth grade.
A vote by Houston ISD school board this month could make Texas’ largest school district the first with a ban on suspending young students. The proposal in Hou...Read More
The Texas graduation rate is at an all-time high of 88 percent, and state officials are happy to take credit for their good work. But some policy-watchers doubt...Read More
Despite an angry outcry from far-right protesters, Houston is embracing an Arabic immersion school that educators hope may give students an edge.
Except for the angry far-right protesters, the first day of school at the Arabic Immersion Magnet School in Houston in late August was a joyous occasion....Read More