Anti-“critical race theory” crusaders picked up seats in May elections around the state as part of a nationwide movement.
The First Lady visited an Air Force daycare to discuss the concerns of service members whose children have disabilities.
The lieutenant governor’s proposal would not only do away with academic freedom; it would make attracting the best faculty near impossible.
With bans on books and “critical race theory,” Republicans are scapegoating the state’s teachers for political gain.
The newest COVID-19 variant has wreaked havoc on public schools in the state, forcing closures as districts scramble for adequate staff.
For 10 years, I “smuggled” banned books across state lines to bring attention to crucial literature. This year, I won’t have to leave Texas for the fight.
I thought remote instruction during the pandemic would be the worst of it. I was wrong.
The Pottsboro Area Library is holding its community together through COVID-19—and making it better.
With Chapter 313 set to expire, the Texas Comptroller has proposed new rules that critics warn would reduce accountability and transparency, shrouding its long-term costs in secrecy.
A new book by Katie Worth shows how conservative ideologues and fossil fuel money have crept into public-school curricula across the nation.