A Texas A&M program is supporting rural school districts and early college programs.
Faculty from the College of Architecture are exhibiting recent artworks they created outside the classroom, some with social issues portrayed.
Each video describes a creative or scholarly project supported by a three-year grant that's been recognized for its high value.
The Texas A&M professor was the first African American to win the Pulitzer Prize for drama.
Former student Cheyenne Chapel helped build the film's world through her set modeling and dressing.
The grant will fund a three-year study of the impact of virtual and face-to-face learning on rural literacy and science education.
According to a report developed with help from the Texas A&M Education Research Center, the state's standardized tests for public school students could soon be delivered electronically.
Texas A&M architecture faculty members highlight the architectural heritage of a Wisconsin town in a traveling exhibit.
A Texas A&M associate history professor explains how the classic poem helped reframe the holiday as a family-friendly event.
A study by professor Michael Waters shows that tools made by some of North America’s earliest inhabitants were made only during a 300-year period.