White House officials announced that nearly 80 percent of teachers, school staff members and child care workers have received at least a single dose of the COVID-19 vaccine.
Libby Cohen with Raise Your Hand Texas joins Rebecca Thomas to talk about the organization's push for federal COVID-19 funding to go to Texas schools.
For now, the problem with online testing appears to have been resolved, but parents and teachers say they don’t have much confidence it won’t happen again.
On Tuesday, many groups that receive “public funds” were scrambling to determine how Abbott's order will impact them, if at all.
Officials say three STAAR tests were affected by connectivity issues with the online testing platform on Tuesday. Testing will resume on Wednesday.
All students, except those with approved medical exemptions, will be expected to return for in-person learning starting April 12.
Round Rock ISD announced in an email they would offer the option of a traditional graduation ceremony or a walking ceremony.
Austin Independent School District (AISD) will be hosting a post-spring break, mass COVID-19 testing event on Friday, March 26 between 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Austin's interim health authority Dr. Mark Escott said it's possible to safely decrease distancing recommendations at schools when cases aren't spiking.
Students have been through a lot during the 2020-2021 school year, and two local seniors want to ensure they still have a memorable graduation.
While the focus in classrooms will be on graduation, hiring teachers for summer school and the fall semester is the new assignment for administrators.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention relaxed its social distancing guidelines for schools Friday, saying students can now sit 3 feet apart in classrooms.
State Rep. James Talarico joins Mike Warren to talk about his newly proposed bill to raise the minimum wage for Texas teachers.
Some teachers spent the beginning of spring break protesting for higher pay, better school funding, and better protections against COVID-19.
The change was intentionally made on the same day Abbott lifted the statewide mask mandate, leaving mask rules up to individual school districts.
Travis County GOP Chairman Matt Mackowiak and Glenn Smith from Progress Texas share their opinions on when they believe kids will be back in the classroom.
Shallowater High School in Lubbock, Texas, is catching heat for a "chivalry" assignment that instructed female members of a class to "obey any reasonable request of a male" for the entire day.
States and many districts have not been keeping track of school employee COVID-19 vaccinations, even as the U.S. prioritizes teachers nationwide.
The funding will be made available to school systems that have seen enrollment and attendance drop due to COVID-19.
School districts in Travis, Williamson, and Hays counties are choosing to keep their mask policies in place even after the statewide mandate is lifted.