Interactive: Where Do Elected Officials Send Their Kids To School?

Whether Texas schools end up with $4 billion or $10 billion less in state funding by the end of its session, the 82nd Legislature faces historic choices in how it will handle public education in the state. Tribune readers, wondering what was personally at stake for the state’s education policy makers, asked us to check where lawmakers send their children to school. We obliged, and posed that question to all 181 members of the Legislature and 15 members of the State Board of Education. Our results include the responses of the 182 members that participated. "Not applicable" means either that they had no children, or their children were too young to be in school. See related story.

FILTER: All | Republican | Democratic | SBOE | House | Senate | Public | Private | Private/Public | Not Applicable | No Response

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