In the latest legal action taken against the current president, Texas was one of 11 states moving to stop a directive for public school districts to let transgender students use the bathroom of their choice.
Although the state initially supported federal recommendations for schools to let transgender students use bathrooms of their choosing, the Mississippi Department of Education reversed its stance to align with state conservative leaders.
Schools like the Electronic Classroom of Tomorrow, an online charter school based in Ohio, make huge profits on diverted federal and state funding, but experts say these online schools have not lived up to expectations.
Schools across the Chicago area are hosting budget forums to help parents understand what proposed budget cuts will do to their community’s classrooms and what they can do to lobby state legislators for more funding.
Schools and districts across the state of Florida are preparing for the 2017 rollout of a new law — one of the most unrestricted open-enrollment laws in the country that allows students to cross district lines to go to school.
While he says he’s open to being a running mate for either Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump, Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban often sounds more like Trump. See if you can tell the bombastic billionaires apart in our quotation quiz.
Although today's primary runoff elections will likely see low turnout in contests for the Legislature, the Railroad Commission and the State Board of Education, there are at least five things to watch for on Election Night.
Hospitals in North Texas will face losses if state leaders continue to refuse Medicaid expansion. Texas could lose federal funds for uninsured care if it does not find a solution before a waiver expires in December 2017.