“You can’t grow your economy if you don’t have an educated workforce.” – Those words from Texas Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick could not be more true. Texas is leading the way with bold, conservative education reform that ditches the idea of “college for all” and instead gives students and their parents multiple pathways to a career. Teachers, administrators and students must be held accountable for competent performance. The system should be free from undue bias, which can distort students' perspectives on the world they must interact with to be competitive in a global market.
January 31st, 2024
U.S. Senator John Fetterman (D-Pa.) today announced his support for legislation to limit children's access to social media at school. The Eyes on the Board Act, which U.S.
December 12th, 2023
Even after the Supreme Court ruled President Biden's "student loan forgiveness" program unconstitutional, the Biden Administration continues to transfer student debt onto taxpayers.
November 21st, 2023
U.S. Senator John Cornyn (R-TX) met today with Port San Antonio President and CEO Jim Perschbach to discuss Port San Antonio’s impact on Bexar County, including its initiatives to cultivate interest in STEM...
October 3rd, 2023
One of the things that makes America a leader throughout the world is American culture. American movies and American music are celebrated in almost every country in the world, spreading American ideals and the English...
September 7th, 2023
On Tuesday, U.S. Senator John Cornyn (R-TX) introduced a joint resolution of disapproval under the Congressional Review Act with 16 of his Senate Republican colleagues to strike down President Biden’s reckless...
August 4th, 2023
The HERO Act will free up states to establish their own accreditation systems and cap the amount of money the federal government can loan. These reforms would lower the cost of higher education and lead to greater innovation...
March 9th, 2023
The American Business Immigration Coalition Action (ABIC Action), Dreamers, and business leaders issued the following statement in respon
January 30th, 2023
As a former schoolteacher, I fondly remember how rewarding it was when I could provide my students with a unique and exciting way to learn about a particular topic. While reading and studying books is a useful way to...
January 18th, 2023
I’m proud of the University of Texas for taking this crucial step to protect both the personal data of students and the troves of research they have conducted. It’s no secret that TikTok is beholden to the Chinese...
January 10th, 2024
Congressman Mike Turner (OH-10) announced that over $2,500,000 in federal funds have been awarded to Miami Valley Child Development Centers (MVCDC) to serve children from low-income families receiving child care subsidies....
November 27th, 2023
U.S. Representative August Pfluger is pleased to announce the re-launch of the Congressional Youth Advisory Council (CYAC) for high school juniors and seniors in the 11th Congressional District of Texas.
October 12th, 2023
September 8th, 2023
U.S. Senator John Cornyn (R-TX) led a letter today with 17 of his Senate colleagues urging U.S.
August 21st, 2023
It's hard to believe the summer is already over and our kids are back to school. I was lucky to be able to drive my three wonderful daughters to their first day of classes this week.
March 28th, 2023
Rep. Dan Newhouse and his House colleagues passed H.R. 5, the Parents Bill of Rights Act.
March 8th, 2023
The Supreme Court this week began hearing oral arguments for President Biden's $400 Billion student loan bailout program that he promised to his voters in the lead-up to the 2022 election.
January 25th, 2023
During School Choice Week, U.S. Senator Ted Cruz (R-Texas), today introduced two leading education bills to promote choice for parents and educational opportunity for students, The Student Empowerment Act...
January 12th, 2023
Congressman Ronny Jackson (TX-13) reintroduced the No Federal Funding for Teachers’ Unions Act, which would prohibit the federal government from giving financial support to corrupt teachers’ unions.
December 8th, 2022
One of the key considerations: changes to the system that places sanctions on districts with low-performing schools.