Seditious Texiters. Conspiracy theorists. A January 6 insurrectionist.
State lawmakers are considering new ways to fund schools that historically have given more students a chance to succeed beyond high school.
“Critical Race Theory” boosts multiple new conservative voices onto the board, including a participant in January 6 pro-Trump rally.
Bolstered by national groups, far-right religious candidates are swamping school boards with book bans and sex panic.
The town remains divided in the aftermath of the Robb Elementary School tragedy, and the division runs through the church.
My crime? Recommending that students take simple steps to protect themselves and others from the novel coronavirus.
In tragedy’s wake, a fiery movement for justice emerges in a South Texas town that’s known an uprising before.
“Our children's lives depend on common-sense laws that the vast majority of Texans desperately want.“
Anti-“critical race theory” crusaders picked up seats in May elections around the state as part of a nationwide movement.
The 1836 Project—the GOP's taxpayer-funded "patriotic education"—will indoctrinate unsuspecting domestic migrants with fables about Texas history.