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.
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.
Dallas County Schools Board Addresses String Of Budget ProblemsThe Dallas County Schools Board tonight approved a retirement plan for Superintendent Rick Sorrells -- paving the way for him to step down.
TEA Eliminates Enrollment 'Cap' On Special EducationThe Texas Education Agency has eliminated what advocates say amounted to a cap placed on special education enrollment.
Texas House Unveils Sweeping School Finance OverhaulTop House leaders have unveiled a bipartisan bill pumping $1.6 billion extra into Texas classrooms as part of an ambitious plan overhauling how Texas pays for public education.
Bright Like A Diamond: Harvard Honors Rihanna's PhilanthropyHarvard University thinks Rihanna shines bright like a diamond when it comes to philanthropy. The Grammy Award-winning singer is Harvard's 2017 Humanitarian of the Year.
College Board To Boost SAT Security GloballyThe firm that oversees registrations for the SAT college entrance exam is boosting security around the world following test-stealing and other cheating in recent years.
ExxonMobil Inspires Girls To Pursue Future In EngineeringFifty-two female middle school students gathered at the Irving Convention Center to brainstorm, do hands on work and gain exposure to careers in engineering Tuesday.
South Dakota Bill Leaves Evolution Skepticism Up To TeachersSouth Dakota is one of at least three states, along with Texas and Oklahoma, considering a bill on whether to let teachers decide how much skepticism to work into lessons on contentious scientific topics such as evolution and climate change.
School Districts: Student Walkouts & Campus Violence Must EndIs it political frustration or an excuse to misbehave? Several North Texas schools are seeing a jump the number of student walkouts and campus violence in recent weeks.

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