Before the end of the school year, nearly 400,000 eighth-graders will have chosen a career track as part of Texas' new high school graduation requirements. The changes already have some students — and their counselors — on edge.
Teen Leadership Amarillo & Canyon raises funds for student scholarships.
Surpassing the 5 million mark, student enrollment in Texas public schools has hit a new record, according to the Texas Education Agency. And Hispanic enrollment continues to mark the majority.
Parents can apply for Head Start Fall classes.
The number of early college high schools, which allow students to get a head start on college credits without paying tuition, has surged in Texas.
Open House is the opportunity for parents to learn the application process, how to qualify for financial aid, and find out more about scholarship information.
High School students will have more flexibility and more classes to choose from.
At tonight's meeting several artists renderings were put on display for board members to look at.
The results of UT-Austin’s first foray into massive open online courses are in. But advocates for the classes recommend looking beyond the fall completion rates — which range between 1 and 13 percent — to measure success.
West Texas A&M University is now offering information sessions and accepting applications for the PACE program.
AISD high school students and their parents are invited to attend Future Ready!
In 2012, Hunter Rawlings, the president of the Association of American Universities, warned that Texas was “ground zero” for a controversial push to make higher education more utilitarian. Now, his tone is more hopeful.
Minnesota school's drone program has astonishing 100% job placement rate.
CISD hit their peak enrollment on October of last year with more than 9,300 children attending.
A new political action committee will allow Texans for Education Reform, the education advocacy group that became a lobbying powerhouse during the 2013 legislative session with the backing of tort reform heavyweights, to put some of its resources toward candidates for office.
Students at De Zavala Middle School will display their science fair projects from 9-11:15 am Thursday.
The 2014-2015 priority application period opens January 1 and goes through April 1, 2014.
The ACE program wants to raise $5 Million to expand it's program into Tascosa High School.
On an evening in late October, several hundred parents crowded into a Temple Beth-El auditorium near downtown San Antonio to learn about a new school opening next fall. They were told of a campus culture that makes the cultivation of “wisdom and virtue,” not standardized test scores, a top priority — but still sends most students to top colleges and universities. There would be a strict uniform policy and an atmosphere in which parents could feel safe dropping off their children for the day.
West Texas A&M University is now accepting scholarship donations.
The Don Harrington Discovery Center will host a Career Discovery Day at 8:30 am Wednesday.
Troopers Will Ride Buses This Week
School officials say the class is in line with the state curriculum’s mandate to teach about the culture of the country where an instructed language is spoken.
Executives from all over came to talk to students about the shortage of talent in the world of technology and software development, and also it's importance.
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The number of full-time cyber schools serving Texas public school students will double in the upcoming school year despite a history of lackluster performance and a new law limiting how many online courses public school students can take at the state’s expense.
SiMCentral provides realistic simulation research on human patient simulators for students and even current doctors.