Some fear COVID-19 itself. Others are disappointed by plans for both in-person and virtual learning.
Almost 2 million Texas children don’t have access to a computer or internet at home, according to a TEA report.
Eight different readability formulas showed the test's reading portions are at a higher level of difficulty than appropriate for the grades they’re assessing.
Public school parents with special-ed kids often find themselves squaring off against school districts and the taxpayer-funded lawyers who protect them.
Texas's Commissioner of Education gives our Perry Report Card an F.
With a largely Protestant bias, according to examples culled by the Texas Freedom Network.
El Paso, which is no stranger to scandals, is facing another nick against its reputation after the TEA found its school district to be engaging in "unethical and illegal acts."
What Comptroller Susan Combs is doing to make sure that everything is not always bigger in Texas.
A read on textbooks.
A TAAS test test.
Combating violence in our schools
Is the most outspoken member of the State Board of Education a selfless public servant or simply a prima Donna?
A report card on more than three thousand public elementary schools from Abernathy to Zavalla. Does yours make the grade? Plus: How Richardson’s Brentfield, Beaumont’s Pietzsch, and Mission’s Carl C. Waitz got to the head of the class.