For community colleges in Texas, any economic news seems to be bad news.
Gov. Greg Abbott warmed up his bill-signing pen on Monday, approving a measure ensuring that some high school seniors who fail to pass state exams can seek an alternate route to graduation.
Many parents and educators in Wichita Falls ISD are concerned a new bill that has passed the Senate and is now in the House could "take away educators' rights".
Starbucks is offering its employees a great new benefit, a free bachelor's degree from Arizona State University.
Students certainly understand the pressure that comes along with standardized testing as do parents and teachers.
What frustrates Hanna Newberg about her life right now isn't just that she's working as a waitress at a chain restaurant or renting a small apartment in western Massachusetts. The problem, Newberg says, is that she did everything she was told she was supposed to do -- went to college, went to graduate school -- and still, she's waiting tables.
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Despite all the talk about encouraging girls in math and science, many teachers still harbor unconscious biases that dissuade girls from going into these fields, a new study suggests.
A new math class is helping children learn pre-algebra, but there is one thing missing from every classroom.
Abbott says he wants to support people who go straight into a career from high school or a two year program.
Ann Arnold sits down with Governor-elect Greg Abbott to talk about his plans once he becomes Texas' next governor.
A mother of eight wanted to give back to some teachers that have made a huge difference in her children's life.
Bright Ideas Charter School in Wichita Falls is one of 14 Texas schools facing closure. School officials say they will fight the mandatory revocation.
The Texas Education Agency has just announced its financial accountability ratings for school districts across Texas and the Wichita Falls Independent School District has reason to be proud.
Politically tainted textbooks; that's the accusation voiced Tuesday as state school board members consider adopting new Texas textbooks.
A long time resident of Wichita Falls who attended Zundy Jr. High wanted to Pay it Forward to the school and help a teacher.
Experts recommend delaying middle and high school start times to better match natural sleep patterns of students. Erika Edwards reports.
New study finds tab for students' tablets, laptops and other devices is well spent. Chris Clackum reports.
Publishers are behind a push to begin moving the demand for used textbook sales into digital textbooks. Chris Clackum reports.
One in every five adults in our area functions at the lowest literacy level.