Like any political battle in Texas, the ongoing fight over the evolution in the state's science classes features colorful characters worth getting to know.
When the Texas Freedom Network puts out an approving statement about an action taken by the State Board of Education, you know something strange is going on. Here was the TFN statement: “Today we saw Texas kids and sound science finally win a vote on the State Board of Education.
Who can challenge Republicans on the State Board of Education? A different kind of Republican.
Ninety-four percent of Texas high school students receive abstinence-only education. More than half of these teens are losing their virginity. So what do the majority of Texans really want their kids to know about sex?