In the draft, BC and AD would be replaced by more religiously-neutral language.
A group of eight public school educators and one university professor have suggested the change to the Texas State Board of Education, which is considering social studies curriculum revisions this summer.
After a year of a number of staffing challenges, even more could be coming for the Houston Independent School District. Some HISD employees say they want a fair pay raise, or they may be forced to try to find work in another district.
Houston Teacher’s United tweeted that 1 in 12 teachers in Houston Independent School District have given notice that they won’t be returning next year.
The 13-year-old says before she was assaulted at school, cried out for help because she was being bullied. However, nothing was done.
After years of working for Stafford MSD a 65-year-old employee is told she has to reapply for her position. When she did reapply, however, she did not get the job.
The family of a special needs 7-year-old says he was assaulted by a school counselor on camera. So far CPS and a county DA's office do not agree. Do you?
As schools across the country face unprecedented teacher shortages, one Texas company is hoping their innovative approach will help fill the need.
As part of the plan, teachers and support staff will get a raise and the superintendent says it ensures "great schools and programs in every community".
Parents say the popularity of the posts are encouraging more kids to start and record fights.
Leaders in Houston ISD were considering updating the district’s mask mandate after the holidays, but this was before a federal appellate court temporarily restored Gov. Greg Abbott’s executive order prohibiting mask mandates in schools.
She says the mark was left after a teacher laid hands on her.
Plaintiffs say the governor’s order denies children with disabilities, who are at a high risk of illness and death from the coronavirus, access to public education.
The U.S. Department of Education announced the inquiry days after the Texas Education Agency quietly updated its guidance to say school districts can’t require masks.
Dr. Whitbeck previously served four years as deputy superintendent for FBISD before becoming superintendent for Bryan ISD.
Teachers report being spread thin by the demands of remote learning and exhausted by the constant health concerns.
Parents are pondering how to protect their kids during the COVID-19 pandemic and struggle with choosing virtual or in-person learning.
As the pandemic hits many people in different ways HISD is adding what's called a Wraparound Specialist to every campus for the first time ever to help students and family in every way possible.
FOX 26 has been trying to answer many of your questions about this new school year and how it may impact your child.
This is a reversal of the TEA’s previous guidance, which didn’t explicitly require school districts to notify parents of a close contact.