Advocates optimistic that Lege will provide additional funding beyond the TEA request.
Task Force report shows most maternal deaths were preventable.
The SUD Coalition recommendations cover prevention, keeping families together, access to treatment, criminal justice issues, and more.
Stephanie Rubin, CEO at Texans Care for Children, on today’s Senate interim report.
Joint letter comes ahead of tomorrow's big legislative oversight hearing.
A new CDC report highlights how common mental health challenges are for Texas youth.
We are glad to see a greater effort to support student mental health, but we have concerns about some student discipline proposals.
As state leaders work on foster care improvements, supporting these teens must be a priority.
Rather than suspending little kids, we must give teachers and students the support they need to succeed.
Lauren Rose, Director of Youth Justice Policy at Texans Care for Children, on the appointment of JD Robertson as the new TTexas Juvenile Justice Ombudsman.
It's time to move youth from secure state facilities youth to local juvenile probation, community programs, and small rehabilitative facilities closer to families.
Enrollment fell among babies and toddlers of all backgrounds, but plummeted among black children in Harris County.
New Task Force is a Good Start, But Lege and TEA Must Take Action.
A new report shows that hundreds of babies and toddlers in the Tyler-Longview area have missed out on ECI services.
Childhood trauma – whether it’s caused by a hurricane, hunger, neglect, family instability, or something else – can affect children’s brains, academic performance, and behavior in school.