by Mark Corcoran

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The Texas Education Agency (TEA) is now taking applications from individuals who want to serve on work groups revising science curriculum standards for Texas public schools. Read More

The Texas Education Agency is surveying educators regarding their opinions about the current Science TEKS. The results of the survey will inform the recommendations of the science TEKS review work groups. Read More

Nov. 20 is Transgender Day of Remembrance. It's a day when we pause to honor, remember and mourn those lost to anti-trans violence. It's also a day to remember that we must continue to stand with our trans friends and neighbors, a community that has unfortunately been the target of discrimination in our communities at at the state Capitol in Austin. Read More

The Texas Freedom Network was proud to stand with scholars and activists who called for the State Board of Education to approve an elective course in Mexican American Studies for Texas public schools. It took four long years, but the state board finally did it last year. Now let’s make it happen for African American Studies. You can help by speaking out in favor of an elective course in African American Studies at a public hearing before the board on Nov. 13! Read More

Americans United

Dan Quinn of @TFN shares how religion can be discussed objectively during classroom instruction, but students in public schools shouldn’t fear they will be preached to #CC20 #CreatingChange pic.twitter.com/vbmP…