A panel of judges took a hard look at a new state law that regulates the content of books distributed to public school districts.
Godley ISD is explaining to parents how a convicted prostitute, actively advertising as an escort, became a committee member and parent volunteer in the district.
A woman tasked with helping decide sexual education curriculum in Godley ISD has been removed from multiple positions within the district because she's a convicted prostitute.
Dr. Tracy Johnson is expected to become the first female superintendent in Keller ISD's 112-year history.
Dozens of Dallas kids are spending part of their Thanksgiving break helping Southern Methodist University develop a new app aimed at inspiring kids to see math in their surroundings.
Tuition at TCU has more than doubled since 2011.
21 Republicans joined all House Democrats in supporting an amendment that took the education savings account provision out of House Bill 1.
In this edition of Texas: The Issue Is, FOX 7 Austin's Rudy Koski speaks with Democratic State Rep. Gina Hinojosa, who in Special Session 3 and at the start of the current session filed her own school option bill.
Law professors across the country are increasingly drawing on popular culture and celebrities to engage a new generation of students and contextualize complicated concepts in the real world.
"It might surprise a lot of people to hear me say this. I think it is absolutely unfair to just blame the Democrats," said State Rep. Brian Harrison (R-Waxahachie).
Gov. Abbott has said he is not backing down on providing so-called “education freedom" for parents, but rural house Republicans and Democrats seem dug in on blocking vouchers.
It leaves an unclear future for Gov. Abbott's school voucher priority, which passed the Senate, but hasn't moved in the House.
After months of deadlock, Texas Governor Greg Abbott said there's a breakthrough on the school voucher controversy.
It's more than a metal detection system. The new procedure for all Mansfield ISD high school students goes a step further, toward a secure campus.
The decision comes after a group of more than 100 districts filed a lawsuit claiming the guidelines were released too late.
The ruling comes after dozens of school districts sued the Texas Education Agency, claiming the revised accountability system would hurt their ratings.
Actor and University of Texas at Arlington alumnus Lou Diamond Phillips returned to UTA to teach for a week-long teaching residency at the school's college of liberal arts.
A former Keller ISD employee has been charged with having an improper relationship with a student and indecency with a child with sexual contact.
The Texas Senate gave preliminary approval, once again, to school funding bills that include education savings accounts, but there's no guarantee of a similar outcome in the Texas House.
Public school superintendents and Democrat state representatives held a news conference on Thursday to say that nothing can bring them to support education vouchers.