Posted on · Catch the latest episode of "Red, White and Blue."
Posted on · Houston's housing department expects to finalize an agreement with state and federal officials within the next few weeks.
Posted on · Cruz says defunding the ISS would be 'irresponsible'
Posted on · Texas A&M University professor Lori Taylor stunned Kansas lawmakers by recommending they increase their school funding by 44 percent. But what does that mean for Texas?
Posted on · The Trump administration has talked about prioritizing the opioid crisis, but states have seen little in the way of new resources. And, in some states, getting into treatment is becoming even harder.
Posted on · A federal report said Texas policy on how to serve students with dyslexia violates federal law. State officials say the policy was originally created to address a gap in federal law.
Posted on · A new state commission is holding its first meeting on changing the way public schools are funded in Texas. But how is this attempt to overhaul the system different from those in the past -- and will it work?
Posted on · Central Care's loss of the grant has ignited fears that some currently serviced by the network will no long be able to access healthcare
Posted on · We talk with members of the West Houston Association about what flood mitigation projects they'd like to see happen and where funding would come from.
Posted on · On Wednesday’s Houston Matters: Our political experts break down the week’s big political stories. We learn about the West Houston Association's call for federal, state, and local funding for future flood mitigation projects. And Houston Grand Opera premieres a new holiday production, The House Without a Christmas Tree.
Posted on · Insurance coverage for more than 390,000 Texas children and pregnant women is in jeopardy. Patrick Bresette, executive director of the Children's Defense Fund’s Texas office, joins us to discuss how the CHIP program works, its history, and what hurdles remain to its reauthorization.
Posted on · (Above: The current campus of HSPVA — the High School for the Performing and Visual Arts. Construction is underway for the school’s new downtown campus, which is set to open to students in late 2018. Photo: Michael Hagerty, Houston Public Media) Last fall, the HISD’s board approved changing the name of its flagship arts high […]
Posted on · The Texas Senate passed budget that would shift $1.8 billion in public education costs to local taxpayers.
Posted on · A new series from The Texas Tribune highlights the struggles Texans face in paying for college in the state – and also the struggle the state faces in funding its public colleges and universities. Reporter Matthew Watkins joins us to discuss what the Tribune has found out about both plights and how it all affects […]
Posted on · The Texas Education Agency wants lawmakers to double the money they approved to expand pre-K programs last legislative session, but some worry that...