Posted on "Nobody has quite cracked the code yet on how do you do this district-wide," said Karen Baroody, partner and managing director of Education Resource Strategies.
Posted on The charter network focuses on math and science education and runs more than 40 schools in Texas.
Posted on "Everyone needs to make room because there are opportunities for everyone," said Alexis Giron.
Posted on If the parents win, students who failed the exam in grades three through eight won’t be held back or have to attend summer school.
Posted on The University of Houston system has reviewed its official policies for the law known as campus carry.
Posted on It's called arts integration.
Posted on Texas could lose about $5 billion a year in federal money for public schools that funds programs for poor students, like free breakfast.
Posted on "The Supreme Court is telling us that they’re simply not going to get involved in any more school finance disputes," said Al Kauffman, who is a law professor at St. Mary’s University.
Posted on “Our Byzantine school funding ‘system’ is undeniably imperfect, with immense room for improvement. But it satisfies minimum constitutional requirements," the court ruled.
Posted on The new names will go into effect next school year and are expected to cost about $2 million.
Posted on This year the Houston Independent School District approved a new policy saying students won’t be punished for not taking the STAAR.
Posted on It’s the latest chapter in the controversial process to change school names.
Posted on "The only thing I could think of was y'all's caps and gowns."
Posted on A new state law counts how many minutes students are in school, not the number of days.
Posted on A new master's program aims to combine bilingual education and leadership.