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Texas (AP) Texas' high child poverty rate is beginning to make demands on the state's budget, and experts warn the state needs to spend more on education or the state's economy could slow. About 60 percent of Texas children live in poverty, according
Texas (AP) Historic state budget cuts wiped out 100 public school jobs in Odessa. Two years later, the school district made famous by "Friday Night Lights " is spending $100,000 on a publicity blitz, but not to blast the billions of dollars stripped
D-1-GN-10-002759 in the 353rd District Court of Travis County, the neighbors alleged that the Gallaghers had violated the deed restrictions filed in 1966, claiming the restrictions prohibited construction of a two-story home on the Gallaghers’ lot
Chief Financial Officer Nicole Conley-Abram Photo by John Anderson Over the last few years, the Austin Independent School District has worked hard at longer-term financial planning, building this year's budget with the next in mind. But with school
Texas (AP) Texas Education Commissioner Michael Williams says public schools are making the most of the money available after lawmakers cut $5.4 billion from classrooms two years ago. Williams on Wednesday didn't use his first appearance before state
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But if they get there before their time, should someone pay up? The Texas Supreme Court tackled the question Thursday in a case brought by a Fort Worth family. The family wants a jury to put a dollar amount on the emotional value of their beloved dog
We call them like we see them which of course is with a defendant's eye. But nonetheless, excellent is how we view Solomon v.
The school districts filed their lawsuit in October 2011, but Texas has been here before: Since 1984, the state's school-funding system has been challenged six times, most recently in 2005. In that case, the Texas Supreme Court ruled in favor of the