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In the final minutes of the regular session of the 87th Texas Legislature, some notable changes were made to the state’s school finance system in the form of amendments made to House [...]

The Commit Partnership and Educate Texas are proud to announce the launch of the Texas Impact Network, a joint venture focused on collectively building capacity [...]

Every spring, educators, philanthropists, and policymakers flock to Austin, Texas, for SXSW EDU, a four-day festival that “fosters innovation… through opportunities for collaboration, creativity, and [...]

With a new year comes new goals and challenges for the Commit Partnership. As we face them, we’re fortunate to have the support and guidance [...]

Today, the Dallas Independent School District board of trustees got its first look at a staff proposal for a new school bond to potentially be [...]

Early in her career as an educator, Grand Prairie Superintendent Dr. Susan Hull attended an event for business leaders. A man was delivering a presentation [...]

Since its formation in 2011, the Commit Partnership has let data drive its actions for two reasons. First, you can’t help improve what you can’t [...]

The Commit Partnership is proud to be an open and inclusive workplace, led by a diverse team of employees with widely varying skill sets. Nearly [...]

Just over five years ago, the Dallas Independent School District began a new approach to early education. We are just now beginning to see its [...]

Above, you’ll see a scatter plot that includes every public school campus in the state of Texas, arranged by two variables: the percentage of students [...]

“I think educators won this [legislative] session,” reflected state Rep. Ken King, a Republican from Canadian and member of the House Public Education Committee, at [...]

Principal Adrian Leday “I knew I would never ever be a teacher. And then I became a teacher.” Adrian Leday has deep roots in the [...]

Texas’ biggest public policy festival wrapped up last weekend. Thousands of engaged Texans flooded the streets for three days of panels covering federal, state and [...]