Early voting begins Monday for an election that typically receives sparse voter turnout.
Instead of organizing a walkout, students at the Advanced Learning Academy organized activities to initiate a discussion on gun violence.
At campus events, students gathered Friday to protest gun violence in the wake of the most recent mass school shooting in Parkland, Florida.
Eighth-grade students at Great Hearts Monte Vista North were assigned homework about slavery that the school is now calling “inappropriate.”
The district’s chief financial officer presented several proposed reductions that could help the district close its funding gap.
On Wednesday, the university announced Kimberly Andrews Espy as UTSA’s new provost and vice president for academic affairs.
Trustees unanimously approved the use of a “necessary reduction in personnel” as a possible option to combat the district’s $31 million deficit.
The State Board of Education voted to change the name of the course to “Ethnic Studies: An Overview of Americans of Mexican Descent.”
Around 40,000 Texas students taking STAAR exams online on Tuesday experienced a computer glitch that interrupted their exams.
Before the next school year begins, Trinity University’s Department of Education Chair Shari Albright will start a new job leading Raise Your Hand Texas Foundation.