Granbury ISD residents question if the assistant superintendent violated ethics policies by using taxpayer resources for personal gain.
Despite declining enrollment, the school district also wants voters to approve a property tax increase in November.
The district claims it isn’t responsible due to governmental immunity.
“Republicans in Austin need to withhold all funding for public universities that have Critical Race Theory as a requirement.”
“We trusted you can help us… but you failed us.”
Police arrested teachers accused of sexually assaulting students in Irving and Mesquite schools.
But sexually explicit books will not be returning to students’ libraries, says Keller ISD’s school board president.
Teacher Tony Mattei was arrested Wednesday on two counts of indecency with a child by sexual contact.
The middle-school teacher was investigated earlier this year following allegations of misconduct involving a student, but he was allowed to return to the classroom.
“They’ve taken an oath when they run on the Republican platform to support Republican legislative priorities; this is one.”
“Is your reputation more important than our children?”
“This sexualized and grotesque event encouraged kids of all ages to show up and participate.”
Parents say their kindergarten and first-grade daughters endured months of abuse.
Over the past year, parents have fought against divisive ideologies in the district.
The tax hike exceeds the voter-approval limit, but the city doesn’t have to put it to a public vote.
“I don’t even gotta touch your phone, I can just touch you.”
Parents say McKinney ISD and other districts need to keep sexually explicit material away from school kids.
Spencer Siino also wants Highland Park ISD to sever ties with the Texas Association of School Boards.
Superintendent Kent Scribner will leave the district this August instead of in 2024, when his contract ends.
“A lot of parents out there don’t know what’s going on.”
Community members are rallying at tonight’s Keller ISD school board meeting.
Activists intent on ridding schools of what they consider pornography are planning to rally at the district’s next board meeting.
At the Fort Worth Republican Women’s forum, runoff candidates discussed fiscal policy and education as they compete for the open seat.
Klick was forced to defend her legislative record, including accusations that she killed bills to ban child gender mutilation.
The public was invited to inspect books singled out for removal due to “overtly sexual content.”