UT/TT Poll: Partisan Harmony, Dissonance on Education

Increasing funding for public schools and reducing the number of standardized tests students must take top the list of most effective changes Texas could make in public education, according to the University of Texas/Texas Tribune Poll.

Creating a school voucher program and increasing teacher pay tied for third when the respondents were asked to select one change they would make to public education.

Some of the numbers point to partisan differences among Texas registered voters, while others win high marks from both conservatives and liberals.

“One of the things that you see here is that, for all the fiscal ...

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