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The newly revived lawsuit threatens to dismantle the agency tasked with bringing transparency to political donations. [Read More]
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It's a staggering price-tag for a state that has cut its share of education funding substantially over the past decade, and it will throw a... [Read More]
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Several high-profile names had been mentioned as possible candidates, but in the end, the regents chose experienced educator James B. Milliken for the top job. [Read More]
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Several high-profile names had been mentioned as possible candidates, but in the end, the regents chose experienced educator James B. Milliken for the top job. [Read More]
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Texas law mandates that high schools offer students registration forms at least twice a year, along with a notice explaining how students can submit their... [Read More]
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Since 2013, the state has paid 21 expert witnesses to defend abortion restrictions. Judges have disregarded their testimony, or given it little weight. [Read More]
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The 48 businesses, most in the Dallas area, will pay a collective $166,592 in restitution to refund consumers. [Read More]
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The identity, the schools and the districts that employ school marshals are not public information. [Read More]
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General Land Office, which crafted the plan, will begin distributing $5 billion in block grants to counties hit by Harvey. [Read More]
There are still more than 800 people displaced by Hurricane Harvey living in hotels, but federal funding to pay for those rooms will end next... [Read More]
Texas cities removed 31 symbols, which include statues and renaming of schools and streets, according to the Southern Poverty Law Center. [Read More]
Texas cities removed 31 symbols, which include statues and renaming of schools and streets, according to the Southern Poverty Law Center. [Read More]
The Texas General Land Office wants to assess remaining housing concerns after Hurricane Harvey hit Texas. [Read More]
Ten months after Harvey ravaged the Texas Gulf coast, the state's General Land Office said this month it wants to know what concerns and needs... [Read More]
Schools in other states are already using similar application, and more districts plan to use the reporting tool. [Read More]
Texas law does not require schools to hire counselors, psychologists or social workers, and there is no cap on how many students they can serve. [Read More]
We break down Rep. Blake Farenthold's letter to Gov. Abbott where he defends himself and refuses to pay for a special election. [Read More]
The Texas Education Commissioner has the right to shut down charter schools that fail to meet academic or financial accountability ratings for three years, according... [Read More]
'Home-schooling is our way of trying to protect our children,' one mom says. [Read More]
Quiet, homeschooled and pondering a church mission trip just a few years ago, at some point Mark Anthony Conditt turned into a brazen bomber who... [Read More]
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