Injunction would allow three professors to keep guns out of classes temporarily.
A U.S. district court in Austin delayed a decision on an injunction that would allow three professors to temporarily ban guns in their classrooms. ...Read More
Depending on whose measure you’re using, Texas is somewhere between 38th and 49th in the nation when it comes to per-student funding. Instead of wallowing in ...Read More
In 2017, the new law could put high schoolers in classes with armed students.
With tens of thousands of high school students attending classes at Texas community and junior colleges through partnership programs, some legislators and educa...Read More
New UIL rules forcing trans athletes to play based on birth certificates could violate Title IX.
New UIL rules force high school trans athletes to play according to birth certificates, potentially violating Title IX. UT, which oversees UIL, won't get involv...Read More
For the second straight year, the State Board of Education vetoed a bid by Athlos Academy to open a charter school connected to an Idaho construction firm....Read More
And they are not good: 'Willfully irresponsible, culturally chauvinist and discriminatory.'
The scholarly reviews are in on that ‘deeply offensive’ Mexican-American history textbook proposed for Texas schools — and they are not good....Read More
On the campaign trail, Greg Abbott pledged an extra $1,500 a year for each pre-K student. But schools will actually see just $367 per child.
On the campaign trail, Greg Abbott pledged an extra $1,500 a year for each pre-K student. But schools will actually see just $367 per child....Read More
Now that he’s retired, the judge who found Texas’ school finance system unconstitutional has a few things to say.
“Goddamn! What is more important than education?” says Judge John Dietz, who found Texas' school finance system unconstitutional. The Texas Supreme Court ha...Read More
A Texas A&M Galveston professor is the third Texas faculty member known to have stepped down because of campus carry.
Texas A&M Galveston prof Wyndylyn von Zharen stepped down, fearing disagreements between students and educators could turn violent with guns at hand....Read More