A truly crazy Texas Board of Education candidate lost her runoff.
The host of a Texas political show on Sunday asked Keven Ellis, a candidate for State Board of Education in District 9, if he was "Christian enough" for the job.
The proposed textbooks were written to include the sentiments of the Heartland Institute, a conservative advocacy group funded in part by the energy industry.
If you have kids in school, you will want to keep an eye on their textbooks. It's possible they'll need some serious rewrites.
Once every decade, the highly politicized Texas State Board of Education rewrites the teaching and textbook standards for its nearly five million schoolchildren. When an unabashed creationist seeks re-election as chairman, the theory of evolution and U.S. history are caught in the crosshairs, which could impact the classroom curricula not only of Texas, but also of the nation as a whole.
Oh, Texas. You never fail to reach a new height of strangeness, especially when it comes to your own schools. On its face, this story appears to look like some librul doofus snuck Commie curriculum into their state-approved materials for online
Once again this past few weeks, the ongoing education debate in the United States occupied the headlines, bylines and cable news scrolls. NBC launched its second annual "Education Nation Summit", billed as a way "to engage the country in a
I have a confession to make... I am insane. I have to be. Yes, I did turn on the live stream of the Texas Board of Education curriculum standards m
On May 19th, the Texas Board of Education will meet to approve the final Social Studies curriculum and textbook changes that caused such a stir back i
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