An early projection has Texas decreasing state funding to public education, and largely using local taxes to fill the gap.
Data from the Texas Education Agency shows that economically disadvantaged students perform differently in traditional public schools than in charter schools.
Justin Porter, previously the education agency’s executive director of special populations, will oversee how Texas school districts are serving kids with special needs.
In a lawsuit filed Wednesday, two teacher groups argue Texas Education Commissioner Mike Morath exceeded his authority and weakened protections for public school employees.
At the end of the 2017-18 school year, only 9 students in East Central ISD were sent to truancy court due to success of new trauma informed approach.
Educators have called the system an oversimplification of a complex grading rubric and characterized it as relying too heavily on STAAR results.
The Texas Education Agency released its ratings for all districts and campuses Wednesday following an overhaul of the state accountability system.
More than 340 students returned from summer break Monday to Stewart, alongside tens of thousands of other SAISD students starting the new school year.
Parents should know how well our schools are performing so they can better support their children.
The most noticeable change in the TEA’s evaluation of schools is that for the first time districts will receive a letter grade from A to F.