A state lawmaker who wants to make concussion screenings as routine as physicals in Texas public school athletics has now taken direct aim at football.
A ruling is imminent after months of testimony in Texas’ sweeping school finance trial. The trial began Oct. 22 and involves lawsuits filed on behalf of about two-thirds of public school districts statewide.
An educational expert says public-school students in smaller classes tend to do better on standardized tests and even eventually become better citizens.
Fort Worth is one of nine in the country to receive a $760,000 grant for after school programs.