Dickinson High School students have spent the past year and a half learning about aerospace engineering and bringing their own plane to life.
Students are more likely to stay home if they feel sick or just need a break than they were pre-pandemic. Even as districts encourage this, it's affecting attendance rates.
The district last reconfigured its single-member voting districts in 2016 after annexing the La Marque Independent School District.
Eric Williams has been superintendent since January and, during his yearlong tenure, has faced accusation that the district teaches critical race theory, which officials say isn't true.
Despite periods of high unemployment and what many have assumed was a vast rethinking of the future among people with much time to reflect, enrollment is down at community colleges across the state.
The district previously had suspended elementary students' access to the Harris County Public Library through a reading app after a parent complained her child had read an inappropriate book on the app.
The board ended a controversial middle-school system by organizing students into campuses based on grade level, rather than the three current fifth- through eighth-grade campuses.
Some districts are reconsidering mask requirements, while others are allowing parents back into campus buildings.
A committee tasked with determining the best option for middle-school alignment has proposed one campus for fifth and sixth grades and another for seventh and eighth grades.
The program was founded two years ago, and many of the changes it has made over those two years have been student-driven.
Texas City's Doyle family honored during naming ceremony at College of the Mainland's new administration building.
A committee that's been looking at how to provide middle school education in Galveston will wrap up talks soon.
The University of Texas Medical Branch will receive less money than proposed by Texas Senate last week, whereas Texas A&M will receive $33 million more after a round of negotiations between the House and the Senate.
In some districts, COVID disruptions are being blamed for declines in enrollment. Other county districts have had growth that's been sustained for several years.
Late-breaking legislative maneuvers in Austin could end up sending $87 million to UTMB for renovations and construction. But a clock ticking to get the bill passed doesn't have much time left on it.
The grant supports a five-year initiative meant to benefit not only district students, but students anywhere on the island attending charter and private schools as well.