Promesa Academy is one of just four schools statewide to have made it to the final step of the state’s rigorous application process for new charter schools.
In 2017, the TEA reported that 282 of Texas’ 1,199 districts are led by women. Since 1989, female superintendent representation increased from 4 to 23.5 percent.
Around 40,000 Texas students taking STAAR exams online on Tuesday experienced a computer glitch that interrupted their exams.
Southside ISD is trying to improve students’ access to health care and balanced meals in the hope that better educational outcomes will follow.
The resignation of Emilio Castro, who was investigated after harassment allegations were made against him, is effective March 31.
The Texas Education Agency on Monday released a second draft of its plan for overhauling the way it educates students with disabilities.
Perpetually struggling Westside charter Carpe Diem Innovative School Westwood announced March 2 it would close following the 2017-18 school year.
State Sen. José Menéndez has asked the Texas Education Agency for a status update on the governance of troubled Edgewood ISD.
The U.S. Department of Education found that Texas violated federal law by failing to provide adequate public education for students with disabilities.
In the Harlandale and East Central ISDs, boards prepared to vote Thursday night on turnaround plans for two elementary schools.