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Austin voters will have their say on a proposition to grant more power to the Office of Police Oversight next May after the city council voted down the proposed ordinance — leading to a break between Mayor Steve Adler and one police reform advocate ...

The Austin Independent School District in Texas is pushing K-12 teachers to attend a training seminar on “how to create supportive learning environments for LGBTQIA+” students as young as ...

Charles Butt, the billionaire heir and CEO of the Texas grocery empire H-E-B, sponsored a recent “family friendly” drag show and spent hundreds of thousands of dollars on anti-school choice campaigns ...

Houston Area Pastor Council had an opportunity to host a special luncheon briefing on June 15 at the historic Station 3 featuring Pastor and Congressman Javier Padilla from the nation of Peru ...

Over one hundred pastors from cities ranging from Midland to Waco, Austin, San Antonio and greater Houston registered for a special Hispanic summit at the Texas State Capitol on May 5, with a program that was led by Governor Greg Abbott ...

The Austin Public Health Department plans to pay children to attend a sex education camp at Austin public libraries. Hosted by the Austin Healthy Adolescent Program, the day camp is scheduled to run from Monday through Thursday, beginning March 14, at four different Austin library locations ...

So much is broken in America. But higher education might be the most fractured institution of all. There is a gaping chasm between the promise and the reality of higher education. Yale’s motto is Lux et Veritas, light and truth. Harvard proclaims ...

Whenever criminals harm someone with firearms, many gun control advocates use the violence as an argument to disarm ordinary, peaceable Americans. Indeed, this is precisely what happened May 23 after two groups opened fire on each other outside a crowded strip club in Austin, Texas, fatally wounding one bystander and ...

While officials in the Austin Independent School District work to improve schools and programs, the number of students on wait lists for charter schools is "at its height", according to a report released by the Texas Charter Schools Association.

The report, called Charter School Enrollment and Demand, shows that while 25,035 students are already enrolled in Austin area charter schools, 9,973 students are on waiting lists because of limited availability ... The report says that some of the benefits to sending students to charter schools include a more focused experience that will prepare them for life after high school and that students needs are put before bureaucracy. But, critics have been saying all along charter schools hurt ...