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Alief ISD Superintendent H.D. Chambers described a common scene since Hurricane Harvey hit Texas: teachers glued to their cellphones in hallways outside classrooms of students,... [Read More]
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At a House Public Education Committee hearing, Texas Education Commissioner Mike Morath argued that waiving school accountability ratings for Harvey-damaged school districts could harm student... [Read More]
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For the second time in the last year, the State Board of Education rejected a proposed Mexican-American studies textbook, leaving teachers without any state-approved materials... [Read More]
The Texas State Board of Education rejected yet another Mexican-American studies textbook in a preliminary vote. But members said they were open to the idea... [Read More]
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The Texas State Board of Education rejected yet another Mexican-American studies textbook in a preliminary vote. But members said they were open to the idea... [Read More]
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The Texas State Board of Education is set to vote this week on whether a Mexican-American studies textbook and a Jewish Holocaust memoir should be... [Read More]
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After Hurricane Harvey's rainclouds and winds swept through Texas' Coastal Bend, Gregory-Portland ISD administrators paid a preliminary $200,000 to cover the cleanup of their... [Read More]
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At a House Public Education Committee hearing Thursday, superintendents rattled off long lists of unexpected costs they incurred after Hurricane Harvey blew through the Texas... [Read More]
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Under a new mental health task force, three state agencies will help connect public schools and universities with counselors, funding and training as students and... [Read More]
The Texas Education Agency is offering state funding to as many as 157 school districts and charter schools that saw lower attendance or closed facilities... [Read More]
The Texas Education Agency is offering state funding to as many as 157 school districts and charter schools that saw lower attendance or closed facilities... [Read More]
For the first time in Texas, public charter schools will receive state funding to pay for leasing and maintaining buildings and facilities - expanding their... [Read More]
The state funding will go toward leasing and maintaining buildings and facilities. That has charter advocates excited — and their critics furious. [Read More]
For the first time in Texas, charter schools will receive funding from the state to pay for leasing and maintaining buildings and facilities. That has... [Read More]
For the first time in Texas, charter schools will receive funding from the state to pay for leasing and maintaining buildings and facilities. That has... [Read More]
School districts are now allowed to create food pantries on campus to store and distribute leftover food from the cafeteria, as long as they follow... [Read More]
The Texas education commissioner said he was not likely to delay required state test administration dates for students displaced by Hurricane Harvey. [Read More]
Nearly a year after the Texas State Board of Education rejected a Mexican-American studies textbook proposal opponents called racist, an advocate involved in that fight... [Read More]
Last year, the state forced Texas City ISD to annex, or absorb, its neighboring district. After months of work, efforts to improve conditions for students... [Read More]
The Texas Tribune wants to hear from families who were displaced by Hurricane Harvey and are trying to get their children back in school. Take... [Read More]
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