Parents, you can send your kids to charter schools and still be a good person

Parents, you can send your kids to charter schools and still be a good person. The same goes for parents who homeschool or send their kids to private schools. The responsible thing to do is to find the situation that… Continue Reading

Charter school bill, SB2, goes from Texas Senate to Texas House

There’s less than a month left in the current legislative session, and it’s time to check in on SB2, a bill that would make big changes to charter school laws in Texas, including raising the charter cap. This post is about the… Continue Reading

Disengaged students get back into the system at Premier High School of San Antonio, a ResponsiveEd campus

I recently toured Premier High School of San Antonio, a place that recaptures disengaged students and brings them back into the educational system. Premier is located in a low-rise business complex near the airport. Inside the glass doors, it was quiet, like a high-tech… Continue Reading

Charter school bill, SB2, moves from Education Committee to Texas Senate

I’ve been following the progress of SB2, a bill that would make big changes to charter school laws in Texas, including raising the charter cap. This post is about the bill’s introduction in February; this post is about Senator Dan Patrick‘s visit to IDEA Carver last Friday… Continue Reading

Julian and Joaquin Castro in Parade Magazine: Parenting makes all the difference

Under the heading “Parenting Makes All the Difference”, Julian Castro told Parade magazine: Talk about achieving the American dream. Identical twins Julián and Joaquín Castro each hold bachelor’s degrees from Stanford and law degrees from Harvard and are rising Democratic… Continue Reading