The School Voucher Fight Will Heat Up In 2023

It gets fewer headlines than abortion or gun control, but school vouchers remains a prime Republican goal heading into the 2023 legislative...

A Social Security Penalty Is Affecting Retired Teachers In Texas. A Bipartisan Reform Could...

Windfall Elimination Provision is a Social Security rule that has affected public workers even though many people don't even know it exists....

All 15 State Board Of Education Seats Are On The Ballot — And The...

In many ways, the Covid-19 pandemic made schools political hotbeds of controversy nationwide. From mask mandates to campus closures, parents and politicians...

Will Texas Have Enough Money To Pay For Public Schools?

Back in July of this year, Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar announced that he had revised his original revenue estimate and increased it to...

School Safety A Primary Concern For All

With the recent uptick in school shootings, there is no question that school safety is paramount in the thoughts of parents, educators,...

Texas Teachers Now Fear Reprisals For Teaching Young Adult Fiction

In Texas, a state with as rich and diverse a culture as any, teachers are now afraid to let their students read...

This Teacher Survived The Uvalde Shooting: Here Are The Concerns She Has About Kids...

Nicole Ogburn was, for seven years, a teacher in Robb Elementary, in Uvalde, the school where a gunman killed 19 students and...

Uvalde Students Return to Classes Three Months After The Shooting

Last May 24th, just days before the summer break, a gunman entered Robb Elementary School, in Uvalde, and killed 19 students and...

Texas College Student Trying to Adopt Baby He Found in Trash

In 2017, 22 years old Jimmy Amisial went to Haiti to visit his family. On that trip, while he was walking, he...

Carroll ISD Refuses To Accept ‘In God We Trust’ Signs In Arabic

In 2021, the state passed a law that says public schools must display “In God We Trust” signs if these are received...

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