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The Gifted & Talented Gap

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 [...]

Every year, our educators contend with “summer slide,” a trend in which students exhibit a greater mastery of reading and math in the spring upon [...]

“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 [...]

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 [...]