Local officials delivered where Republicans at the state level have failed.
“Our public schools are for education, not indoctrination.”
“There is no such thing as a family-friendly drag show, and exposing young children to this type of sexual deviancy is child abuse.”
The lack of transparency further undermines trust in the district’s officials.
Former Tarrant County Republican Chairman Tim O’Hare has defeated...
A filing error could create opportunity in a traditionally Democrat seat.
With interest, Plano’s proposed school bonds will cost local taxpayers $2.4 billion.
“The tactics used by this antifa-affiliated group certainly violate numerous provisions of the Texas penal code including terroristic threat and assault by threat.” — Protect Texas Kids
Protect Texas Kids held a protest in Judge Mary Brown’s neighborhood after she ruled in favor of child mutilation.
“Taxpayers’ money shouldn’t go to this event.”
Deborah Peoples, the Democrat candidate for Tarrant County Judge, promises to be an “outspoken advocate” on the issue.
“We’re going to challenge non-queer people to think queerly.”
The news is welcome to many parents who have said the district is increasingly focused on critical race theory, radical gender theory, and other leftist ideology.
Montessori school owner Effie Saifi is returning to court this month to fight the city of Plano’s property grab.
A recently surfaced police report has led to allegations that in 1983 Jenkins dressed in blackface to terrorize college women.
Prosper ISD families unite in petitioning the school board to deliver #JusticeForJanies.
“It is never wrong to do the right thing,” said newly elected trustee Garrett Linker.
A competing petition asks the city to budget based on the no-new-revenue rate.
“The FWISD school board is obviously blind.”
Prosper ISD’s “prepared statement” on the scandal, delivered by the board of trustees, raises more questions than it answers.
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.”