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After arguing its case in a federal appeals court Wednesday, Texas will soon know whether its decision to spend $33.3 million less on students with... [Read More]
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In a preliminary budget request, the Texas Education Agency revealed it expects the state to put less money into public education next year because of... [Read More]
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If you ask Trinity Charter School's superintendent, Bokenkamp and New Hope are not so different from the average public school. [Read More]
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State education officials did not seem to be aware the two public schools were located in migrant shelters, despite approving their applications. [Read More]
The Teacher Retirement System likely will not vote to increase premiums for retired teachers this month, as expected, an agency official said. [Read More]
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The audit says the Texas Education Agency consistently bypassed required steps and failed to consider other options before awarding a special education contract. [Read More]
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Justin Porter, previously the education agency's executive director of special populations, will oversee how Texas school districts are serving kids with special needs. [Read More]
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In a lawsuit filed Wednesday, two teacher groups argue Texas Education Commissioner Mike Morath exceeded his authority and weakened protections for public school employees. [Read More]
As school communities and state officials discuss their school districts' official state ratings, many disagree on what the results actually mean. [Read More]
Federal education officials are considering letting school districts use federal money to buy guns for educators — and the idea may have come from Texas,... [Read More]
A Trump administration official told Education Week that Texas first raised the possibility of using federal grants for that purpose. [Read More]
Texas gave its school districts their first official grades Wednesday, fueling the fire of a years-long political debate over whether an A-F rating system will... [Read More]
Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick is urging the Teacher Retirement System not to raise health care premiums for retired teachers, arguing that state lawmakers should take... [Read More]
Patrick said funding for health care benefits under TRS-Care should be the responsibility of the Legislature and "not fall on the shoulders of our retired... [Read More]
For the first time Wednesday, Texas school districts received official ratings that show their performance on a scale from A through F, perpetuating a debate... [Read More]
Nearly a year after Hurricane Harvey submerged Port Arthur, students are still fighting its effects as they return to school. [Read More]
Nearly a year after Hurricane Harvey submerged Port Arthur, students are still fighting its effects as they return to school. [Read More]
Next week, Texas will give its school districts official grades for the first time, rating them on a scale from A through F, with state... [Read More]
In exactly a week, Texas will give its school districts official grades for the first time, rating them on a scale from A through F. [Read More]
In exactly a week, Texas will give its school districts official grades for the first time, rating them on a scale from A through F,... [Read More]
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