Texas Per-Pupil Funding Falls Farther Below National AverageTexas' per-pupil spending continues to fall farther below the national average. Data shows state spending per K-12 student declined by an average of $143 from the 2015-2016 school y
House OKs Major School Finance Fix; Senate's Plans UncertainThe Texas House late Wednesday night approved a sweeping, bipartisan school finance plan that pumps an extra $1.6 billion into classrooms and begins overhauling the troubled way the state pays for public education.
Those For & Against School Choice Gather At The State CapitolIn Austin Friday, Texas Democrats and Republicans stood with public, private and charter school kids and their families recognizing National School Choice Week at the State Capitol.
Texas Seeking Recusal Of School Finance Case JudgeAttorney General Greg Abbott asked Monday for the district judge overseeing Texas' sweeping school finance trial to recuse himself because of perceived bias in emails he exchanged with attorneys for school districts suing the state.
Lawsuit Over School Finance Will Change SystemJudge John Dietz has some deceptively simple questions to answer about how Texas finances public schools in the current lawsuit.