Students believed the original language in the policy would consider a 9/11 memorial “triggering, harmful, or harassing.”
A key program that has funded struggling school districts expires this year, and school superintendents are bracing for the fallout.
How the straight-talking, coyote-shooting, tobacco-chewing John Sharp has led a bonanza at Texas A&M.
A Longhorn gives the Aggies their due.
A federal court rules that a transgender boy should be able to use the bathroom he identifies with.
Democrats and Republicans are turning non-partisan elections partisan.
An on-campus vigil honors the life of the student who died in a tragic stabbing incident on Monday.
On Tuesday, a boy was stabbed at Brewer High School in Fort Worth, and Wednesday two people were killed at North Lake College in Irving in an apparent murder-suicide.
Vandalism appears around frat houses at the University of Texas at Austin.
Upper chamber’s version of the budget would slice $219 million from higher education.