A local activist decries a contractor training teachers to groom and indoctrinate children.
Documents reveal third-party investigator advised the board that “Dr. Azaiez … could not come back into his position and be effective.”
Young America’s Foundation threatens legal action following a principal’s unilateral decision to deny students a YAF chapter.
Parents are asking that TEA remove Round Rock ISD Superintendent Azaiez and halt the “criminal actions” of the Round Rock ISD board of trustees.
As executive director, Wade will help navigate the local Republican party through the November 2022 elections and 2023 legislative session.
Guns rights advocate calls Texas House candidate Frederick Frazier a soft-on-the-Second Amendment Republican.
Incumbent Kyle Kacal and Ben Bius compete to represent Central Texas in the state House.
Shelley Torian-Barineau and Mano DeAyala compete to represent Houstonians in the state House.
“We’ve got a lot of work to do.”
Elisa Chan and Mark Dorazio compete to represent Central Texans in the state House.
“I admit I got into the gray area a little bit on that,” McKinney ISD trustee Amy Dankel told the board Tuesday.
Laura Hill and Nate Schatzline compete to represent North Texans in the state House.
“Their concerted actions have demonized and suppressed certain people who advocate for children and their own rights as citizens.”
Stephanie Klick and David Lowe compete to represent North Texas in the state House.
We The People Wylie and Murphy challenge school board trustees to rein in spending and property taxes.
“I’ll just say that for me to vote for this would require the willing suspension of disbelief. I will be voting no.”
Travis County and the city of Austin repealed all COVID-related orders and mandates this week.
At the Fort Worth Republican Women’s forum, runoff candidates discussed fiscal policy and education as they compete for the open seat.
“It’s time for you five to stop running for cover and hiding from your misdeeds.”
With a mixed record that places him in the bottom half of Republican legislators, Stephenson now encounters grassroots opposition.
“We will not stop fighting for our children.”
Klick was forced to defend her legislative record, including accusations that she killed bills to ban child gender mutilation.
“Why are you so desperate to talk to kids about sex and confuse them about their gender?”
The public was invited to inspect books singled out for removal due to “overtly sexual content.”
With federal and state authorities scrutinizing La Joya ISD, it’s likely the board will order special elections for the two seats left vacant by corruption convictions.