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Classes Moved After Arson Fire At FWISD High SchoolAll of the students at Fort Worth's North Side High School will be on campus today, but some will be in different classrooms after an overnight fires damaged areas in and outside of the school.
Abbott Vows To Cut Funds To 'Sanctuary' CampusesIn a tweet on Thursday, Gov. Greg Abbott promised to cut funds to public universities that become what he described as "sanctuary" campuses for immigrant students. He provided no other details.
North Texas Public Schools Highlighting Successes To Hold On To StudentsAcross North Texas, public schools are staging exhibits and showcases to lure back students who now have tuition free options outside of their local schools.
Free-Range Students Learn Their Way At Sunnyvale Middle SchoolIn the old days you needed a hall pass to leave the classroom. At Sunnyvale Middle School it's actually encouraged.
Feds To Tour Texas Over Special Education BarriersThe U.S. Department of Education plans to send officials to tour Texas next month and take public comment on the state reportedly capping student enrollment in special education.
Texas Student Dies After Car Crashes Into School VanEast Texas officials said that a student died when a school van that had stopped to pick up children was read-ended. Another 10 students and the driver of the van were also injured.
Art Students Creating Mural In Fort Worth NeighborhoodA school service project is bringing new life to a historic Fort Worth neighborhood on Wednesday. Students from Dunbar High School are leaving their legacy with a painted mural, adding some bright color to the area with each stroke.
Brewer High School Girl Wins Scholar Athlete HonorBalancing school and sports is not easy, but North Texas student Makenna Blassingame from Brewer High School is doing it with ease, while still making a difference in her community.
DISD Making Changes To Truancy PoliciesThe Dallas ISD has announced plans to reform truancy policies, in hopes of holding students accountable without sending them to criminal court. Judge Clay Jenkins called the recommendations "more compassionate to students."
Authorities: Ohio State University Attacker Was Somali RefugeePolice said they killed one suspect during an active shooter situation and lockdown at Ohio State University on Monday morning.
UNT Musicians Learn On Historic InstrumentUNT is celebrating a new acquisition this fall. Music students are getting the chance to play on an instrument that's older than the State of Texas. It's called the Raisin Organ.
Trump Chooses DeVos For Education SecretaryWithin minutes of being named Donald Trump's choice for education secretary, Betsy DeVos pledged to oversee a "transformational change" in U.S. education. Just as swiftly came the backlash.

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