Topic: Funding

The TEA Can Do to Help Districts Serve Special Needs Kids

Oct. 17, 2016

This comes down to money and data, with the welfare of Texas school kids on the line.

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More Progress Is Needed in Mental Health Care

April 29, 2016
Mental Health

It’s time for a conversation to counteract the charged, uninformed movies, political statements and other cultural touchstones that portray mental illness as a menace.

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What Texas’ Experience Tells Us About Planned Parenthood

Aug. 14, 2015
Doctor and Patient

Just how much damage the proposed legislation to federally defund Planned Parenthood would inflict on the health of low-income women and teens, and especially their access to contraception, is debatable. But Texas’ experience during the past four years could serve as a guide to what might happen nationally.

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Federal Support for Basic Research Enriches Everyone

Aug. 12, 2015

Basic research into how our planet operates is an essential investment. That’s why it is alarming that the reauthorization of the America COMPETES Act critically underfunds the geosciences during a time when understanding of the Earth has never been more important.

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Beneath Two Meters of Arctic Ice, Texas Scientists Will Seek Better Understanding of Carbon Cycling and Climate

Sept. 21, 2010

University of Texas at Austin marine scientists aim to transform our understanding of coastal ecosystems in the Arctic by studying them throughout the year, including the winter and spring, times when very little research has been performed in the area.

They were recently awarded a $1 million grant from the National Science Foundation to pursue the research.

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