Texas school finance lawsuit begins Monday
The school finance trial involving more than two-thirds of Texas school districts and most of its charter schools kicked off on October 22. It is the sixth time in the last 40 years that Texas has had to address how it funds public schools — but there are new players in the courtroom this time, including a recently formed organization representing business interests and school choice advocates.
To keep track of what is sure to be the lawsuit's lengthy journey through the court system, KETK's news partner, the Texas Tribune, has collected all its coverage we've collected all of our coverage, from the battles of the last legislative session to the latest developments in the case.
Click here for the latest updates from The Texas Tribune and other news outlets, as well as an extensive guide to the state's school finance system and the legal arguments from all six parties in the case.