Book Vending Machine Helping Young Victims Of Hurricane HarveyJetBlue is encouraging kids’ imaginations to take flight through reading and today they’re in Texas helping communities that have had so much washed away -- literally.
Houston Students Start Classes After Delay Due To HarveyStudents at more than 240 of the Houston school district's 284 campuses started classes on Monday.
Dallas ISD Needs Help Helping Displaced StudentsDISD is collecting uniforms, school supplies and backpack donations for students expected to enroll in district schools.
Texas Schools Shuttered By Harvey Could Stay That Way AwhileSchools across Houston and parts of Texas' Gulf Coast will remain shuttered through Labor Day — and probably much longer — because their buildings and surrounding infrastructure will require extensive repairs even after Harvey's unprecedented floodwaters subside.
DISD To Take In, Educate Evacuated ChildrenDallas ISD confirms it is setting up to accept the evacuee children as they arrive in Dallas.
Texas Teacher Draws Penis On Student's Class AssignmentSandra Green told KVIA-TV that Chapin High Language Arts teacher Kim Juzdowski drew a penis on her son’s class assignment, discovering it after she saw the picture on her son’s social media.
Texas Law Changing School Year From 180 Days To 75,600 MinutesA new Texas law is changing the definition of an acceptable school year to 75,600 minutes from the previous language of "180 days."
University Of Texas Moving Statue Of Jefferson Davis, Other Confederate Statues Will RemainThe University of Texas will move a statue of Confederate President Jefferson Davis away from the center of campus, but statues of other Confederate figures will remain, school president Greg Fenves announced Thursday.
Baylor University Ends Ban On 'Homosexual Acts'Baylor University revised its sexual conduct policy, ending its ban on "homosexual acts" after years of appeals from students and alumni.
University Of Texas President Asks For Recommendations On Confederate Statues On CampusNew University of Texas President Greg Fenves says he wants formal recommendations by Aug. 1 on whether to remove campus statues of Jefferson Davis and other Confederate war heroes.
Texas To Repeal Decade-Old Ban On Deep Fryers In Public School KitchensIt's about freedom, not the fries.
Teacher Fired For Posting On Facebook Blacks Should Be 'Segregated On One Side Of Town' Following Texas Officer's ResignationA West Texas school district has fired a teacher who said online that she was inclined to support racial segregation after watching widely circulated video of a white officer wrestling a black teenager to the ground.