This week lawmakers will examine one of the most expensive and controversial questions facing school districts: what to do with undisciplined kids.
More Texas school districts are lining up to fight the state in court over the way public education is being paid for. Dealing with some $4 billion in cuts from public schools, nearly 150 school districts have signed up to sue the state.
One Dallas Independent School District (DISD) trustee thinks parents can be a vital resource in the search for a new superintendent. To find out the expectations of parents Dr. Edwin Flores is holding a town meeting.
The Texas State Board of Education is meeting this week for the first time under its conservative new chairwoman appointed by Governor Rick Perry.
Former first lady Laura Bush is set to appear at a Dallas school to announce libraries that will be receiving grants to buy books.
Republican House members on Thursday were pushing legislation they say will give relief to Texas schools buckling under a strapped state budget over protests from the very people they say the bill will protect.