A grand jury has indicted four people on charges in the death of a Louisiana State University student whose blood-alcohol content was more than six times the legal limit for driving.
Software created at the behest of Texas lawmakers is already making the lives of guidance counselors easier by building a comprehensive database to plan career paths for their large rosters of students.
Three civil rights advocacy groups have warned a Houston-area school district superintendent that his threat to punish students who disrupt classes to protest current gun laws may violate their constitutional free-speech rights.
Across campus, signs will be posted that say “Attention: Please be aware that the staff of Fayetteville ISD may be armed and will use whatever force is necessary to protect our students.”
Colleges: Participating in walkouts won't affect admission
Just days after the Florida school shooting, threats were made to New Braunfels Middle School.
As the opioid epidemic rages across the country, a Central Texas coalition wants to focus on prevention, particularly targeting the trends among teenagers. The group is using a federal grant to get school nurses involved. Our Reena Diamante has the story.
Parents of a seventh grader at Four Points Middle School are appalled by a class assignment. In the 16-page homework packet, one page asked the student to draw themselves as a slave.
A robot is changing the lives of students with autism. It's used in schools across the country, including here in Texas.
Hallmark University students are helping to make history. They are part of a new program to learn to assemble fighter planes.
A second elementary school principal for a Texas school district has been arrested for failing to report a case of abuse to law enforcement.
The two middle schoolers are being credited for preventing what could've been a tragedy.