Dallas schools superintendent who resigned to get $275K - Education Week
Dallas public schools superintendent resigns after 3 years - Education Week
Gov. Abbott makes Bahorich new Board of Education chairwoman - Education
Houston school district severs ties with charter school - Education Week
Teacher-Retention Data for Charters Still Murky - Education Week
For all the anecdotal claims about teacher turnover in charter schools, the available data on the topic are remarkably muddled.
Texas Legislature OKs A to F grade rating system for schools - Education
Dallas County Is Probed on Handling of Truancy - Education Week
A federal civil rights investigation targets whether Dallas County, Texas, has been too tough on students who skip school and sometimes end up handcuffed and in court.
Texas Lawmakers Wrangle a Herd of Education Bills - Education Week
School choice, a state-run district, teacher evaluations, and K-12 funding are among the issues facing legislators now in the midst of their biennial session.
Districts Ramp Up Efforts to Link Spending, Academic Priorities - Education
A still-nascent effort is under way to shift school district budgeting to a multi-year, collaborative process that has finance and academic officials working in tandem.
Teacher Compensation - Education Week
Giving the most-effective teachers in a district just a few more students to instruct could potentially improve student outcomes while controlling personnel costs, says an analysis released last week.
State of the States Coverage: Texas - Education Week
Here is a summary of a recent annual address by a governor.
States Fueling Recall of New Framework for AP History Course - Education
The debate over the new Advanced Placement U.S. History framework is rolling through the states.
School Errors Jeopardize Graduation Eligibility - Education Week
A school district north of Houston says the graduation eligibility of nearly 600 students has been jeopardized by a series of errors committed by administrators.
Common-Core Materials Penetrate Every State - Education Week
Even teachers in states that never adopted the standards are downloading common-core-aligned curricula for their classrooms.
Dallas-area principal accused of soliciting minor online - Education Week
Dallas-area principal charged with enticing minor resigns - Education Week
State data shows fewer Texans taking computerized GED exam - Education Week
Ex-Charter school administrators accused of embezzling $2.6M - Education
Texas Drownings Highlight Calls for Swim Instruction - Education Week
A spike in the number of children drowning this summer in Dallas County is bolstering calls for water-safety lessons in and out of school.
92 percent of Texas school districts meet standards - Education Week
Texas Attorney General Sues Alleged Diploma Mills - Education Week
State Attorney General Ken Paxton of Texas announced last week that he has sued a Dallas-based group of 13 private schools and their operators, saying they marketed and sold fraudulent diplomas and transcripts.
Schools as Society Surrogate: A Course to Cure Every Ill? - Education Week
Ex-Abilene schools leader gets probation over fraud, abuse - Education Week
Texas business group head questions school graduation rates - Education
Slow-moving school finance case heads to Texas Supreme Court - Education
Latest Texas school finance case reaches state Supreme Court - Education
Texas SAT scores lowest in more than 2 decades - Education Week
Conduct of coaches questioned in Texas referee incident - Education Week
Terry Grier resigning as Houston schools superintendent - Education Week
Players accused of striking referee moved to another school - Education
Muslim boy, 14, arrested for making clock mistaken for bomb - Education
Ex-Dallas school superintendent lone finalist to return - Education Week
Outcry after Muslim boy, 14, detained over homemade clock - Education Week
Support pours in for Texas teen suspended over clock - Education Week
Police reviewing response to Muslim boy with clock at school - Education
Texas football players say coach told them to strike referee - Education
Boy withdraws from US school that suspended him over clock - Education Week
Players who hit referee to remain in alternative school - Education Week
Assistant coach accused of instructing referee hit resigns - Education Week
Texas coach who allegedly ordered referee hit out of job - Education Week
$10M OKed for school bus seat belts largely spent elsewhere - Education
Wrong lawyer got letter seeking records in Texas clock case - Education
Texas plans to gradually increase STAAR passing standards - Education Week
Patrick wants Texas lawmakers to focus on school vouchers - Education Week
Officials propose ban on elementary school suspensions - Education Week
Texas football coaches, players punished for referee hit - Education Week
Schools across US find alternatives to suspending students - Education Week
STAAR tests to get less time-consuming in grades 3 to 8 - Education Week
Texas Education Agency says most schools OK with finances - Education Week
Texas student says assignment questioned religious beliefs - Education Week
Texas case sees religious liberty, home-school rules collide - Education
Texans decide bond issues, $850M for Harris County upgrades - Education
TEA finds schools violated law on students with disabilities - Education
Texas agency: 4 districts violated law on disabled students - Education