The superintendents and elected school boards of 11 Texas districts — including Dallas, Houston and Fort Worth — have been ordered by the state education agency to attend two-day training programs to learn how to fix their failing schools.
Private companies will lose their contracts to operate five federal prisons in Texas under a U.S. Department of Justice plan announced Thursday to phase out private management of federal lockups nationwide.
FORT WORTH — Despite the state’s request for an expedited ruling, a federal judge took no action Friday on a request to block the Obama administration’s guidelines to accommodate transgender students.
The Texas Supreme Court on Friday delivered a temporary, last-minute victory to families of children with disabilities who want to stop sweeping budget cuts to a state-funded children’s therapy program.
A Texas-based economic development team is rolling out a new marketing tool to recruit businesses to bring new jobs to the state. Sound familiar?