New SCOTUS Ruling Allows Voucher Programs To Fund Religious Education

The Supreme Court’s recent ruling in the Carson v. Makin case left a strong precedent for the future of vouchers in the...

Corporate Economic Incentives with School Districts Expire This Year, What Will Replace It?

In 2001 the Texas Legislature passed the Texas Economic Development Act which included Chapter 313 of the Texas Tax Code.

Austin Teachers Are Burned Out

Teaching in Texas has become one of the most burdensome jobs in America. Educators are increasingly being burned out by constant culture...

The Political Math Of School Choice In Rural Texas

With Gov. Greg Abbott’s announcement that he’ll pursue “school choice” in the upcoming Legislature, there’s political math to be done.

Senate Panel Discuss Teacher Retention and Learning Loss

On Tuesday, the Texas Senate Education Committee had their first interim hearing chaired by Sen. Brandon Creighton (R-Conroe), that addressed COVID’s impact...

“Christian Nationalist” TPPF Starts Ad Blitz For School Vouchers

The powerful far-right Texas Public Policy Foundation is hoping to further their school voucher agenda over the summer with a slew of...

Will Abbott CopyCat Floridas’ School Voucher Legislation?

Gov. Greg Abbott has started a legislative war over public education in Texas when he pledged to push for taxpayer funds to...

Is Texas Facing A Teacher Exodus Crisis?

Don’t be fooled, the discontent among school teachers and employees has been brewing for quite some time, and the pandemic only brought...

Texas STAAR Test Makes A Comeback

Ever since the pandemic started, schools were shut down and forced to say “sayonara” to the State of Texas Assessments of Academic...

Abbott is Pro-Vouchers, The Rest Of Texas? Not So Much

Gov. Greg Abbott has started a war over private school vouchers and is on the wrong side of Texas parents, teachers, and...

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