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Festival Puts A Spotlight On Higher Education

Each fall, nonprofit news organization Texas Tribune puts on TribFest, a series of discussions focused on public policy in Texas. Over the weekend, TribFest was back in-person in Austin for the first [...]

In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, our public education system was disrupted to such an extent that, in spite of the best efforts of [...]

“We all know if we were to ask the question, are students of color or students in poverty less gifted? We would all answer that [...]

“The first day I had two students who asked ‘Okay miss, are you the new college advisor? And I was like, ‘Yeah, I guess that's [...]

Like most middle schools, mornings at the Leadership Academy at Forest Oak begin with the announcements. But what’s said in those announcements is indicative of [...]

It’s an undeniable fact that the coronavirus epidemic has significantly impacted and complicated our public and higher education systems. Uncertainty hangs over school reopening. College [...]

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 [...]

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 [...]

NOTE: Data provided is from the 2017-18 school year, before the policy change at Marsh occurred

Turning around a struggling school is incredibly difficult work, for administrators, educators, and- especially- every student in attendance. “I absolutely love Isaiah. I'm very happy [...]

In 2014, 43 Dallas ISD schools were on the state’s Improvement Required list for not “Meeting Standards,” according to TEA’s accountability rating system. As a [...]

Recently, The New York Times published a story about a new way to measure school effectiveness based on findings from Stanford University’s Center for Education Policy Analysis. The article explains how [...]