Chaos Amid Protest At Cleburne High SchoolStudent protests at Cleburne High School Wednesday afternoon, over the departure of several staff members, ended with an evacuation and a teen's arrest.
Coppell High Student Creates Crisis Response TeamA senior trained a 120-member student volunteer emergency response team.
Texas House Speaker Blasts Senate Budget's Accounting TrickThe Texas Senate's proposed $106.3 billion state budget is now set for a floor vote next week -- but it's already being blasted by the Republican head of the House.
Senate Budget Bill Keeps Status Quo On Texas School FundingA $106.3 billion spending bill that gives Texas public schools roughly the same amount of money as classrooms receive now is headed to the Senate.
Senate School Voucher Bill Hits CommitteeTexas lawmakers have begun grappling with a hot-button school voucher plan that would offer families public money for sending their children to private and religious schools.
FBI Director Comey To Speak At UT Intelligence SymposiumFBI Director James Comey will be in Texas later this week, speaking at the “Intelligence in Defense of the Homeland” symposium at the University of Texas at Austin.
Police: Plano West Vandals Caught On Surveillance VideoPolice have released surveillance video of three possible suspects involved in spraying racist graffiti on a Plano school.
Police Seek 2 Suspects After Teen Nearly KidnappedAuthorities in Grand Prairie will have extra eyes on students Tuesday after a teenager was nearly kidnapped while walking home from school. Police are stepping up patrols as they search for a pair of male suspects.
Court: Student Prayers OK At School Board MeetingsA federal appeals court says a Texas school board can continue to let students offer public prayers at its meetings.
A Muppet With Autism To Be Welcomed On 'Sesame Street'Folks on Sesame Street have a way of making everyone feel accepted. That certainly goes for Julia, a Muppet youngster with blazing red hair, bright green eyes — and autism.
Frisco ISD Says Prayer Room For All Students Frisco ISD’s superintendent is accusing the Texas Attorney General’s Office of engaging in a “publicity stunt” after it send the district a letter questioning the legality of an on campus prayer room.
Frisco ISD Refutes Texas AG's Muslim Prayer Room ConcernsA Texas school district says Republican Attorney General Ken Paxton is raising unfounded concerns about religious freedom over a spare classroom where Muslim students pray.

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