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.
Posted on The U.S. Department of Education is auditing the largest provider, Western Governors University.
Posted on Patty Rodriguez insists that the quality of your education shouldn’t depend on the property wealth of your neighborhood. The result is unfair to the children of Edgewood.
Posted on Turns out the biggest predictors that tell if a student will drop out already happens by freshman year.
Posted on Trustees for the Houston Independent School District have suspended the chief executive auditor Richard Patton, just months after he questioned the district’s handling of the $200 million shortfall for new school construction.
Posted on The Tellepsen family is funding the partnership with a half million dollar grant over five years.
Posted on Nearly half of all mental illnesses start by age fourteen. And according to Texans Care for Children, nine out of ten students who have an emotional disturbance were suspended or expelled from campus.
Posted on After 14 rounds with 53 total spellers, Shourav Dasari, a seventh grader at McCullough Jr. High in Conroe ISD, and Nihar Janga, a fifth grader at River Ridge Elementary in Leander ISD, won as co-champions at the 2016 Houston Public Media Spelling Bee.
Posted on State officials announced Wednesday that students won’t be forced to complete the exam if they couldn't finish due to technical problems.
Posted on There’s no official state policy on opting out, but the Houston school district says students won't be disciplined for missing the exam.
Posted on A new law for Harris County allows students more community college options and also lifts the three-course limit for dual credit.
Posted on Chavonte Wright and Blaque Robinson met in sociology class at Rice University. Their friendship took a political turn when they began to organize together.
Posted on They’re asking the Supreme Court to reconsider if school funding is efficient.
Posted on The HISD board was considering a new policy to allow sports only at comprehensive neighborhood high schools. Currently, Carnegie Vanguard High School is the only specialty campus with competitive UIL athletics.