Posted on · Houston Public Media obtained a copy of the resignation agreement that shows Sowmya Kumar got paid for the rest of the school year and agreed not to sue the district.
Posted on · The Texas House on Thursday tentatively backed legislation that would require three-point seat belts be installed on new school buses across the state.
Posted on · In a statement, HSPVA said that it’s grateful for the support that "will help ensure the school continues to maintain a level of excellence for generations to come."
Posted on · Texas legislators are seeking to deny work-study aid to immigrants attending public college under a temporary residency permit, a move that starkly contrasts with a policy enacted 16 years ago that positioned the state as the nation's most welcoming place for foreign-born students.
Posted on · Across the U.S., the number of teenagers having babies has hit a record low — it's down to about one out of every 45 young women. That trend hasn't extended to certain parts of Texas, where it’s still nearly twice the national average.
Posted on · An internship program is allowing teens to gain experience in corporate America.
Posted on · The new effort is modeled after a similar one in Los Angeles and aims to make it easier for at-risk students to graduate.
Posted on · A new federal program in 19 cities around the country allows the government to sue for unpaid student loan debt.
Posted on · "It would be wrong for our state lawmakers to stay silent on such an important issue."
Posted on · Trustees will vote on the budget later this summer. So far they’ve discussed a 2-percent increase for teachers.
Posted on · The Greater Houston Partnership's president said that they are committed to being a part of that continued discussion on school finance.
Posted on · Many teachers see a bright spot in the Texas Legislature, with an effort to reboot how Texas pays for public schools.
Posted on · Houston Public Media's analysis of the results of two important Houston area May 6th elections.
Posted on · Research shows that selective colleges and universities often overlook high achieving students from low-income schools.
Posted on · In Harris County, one of the biggest items on the ballot is about the recapture for HISD.