North Texas College Students, Universities Prepare For Campus CarryThe Campus Carry Law allowing licensed concealed weapons goes into effect August 1.
Hundreds Gather To Remember SMU Officer Swept Away By FloodThe Southern Methodist University police officer missing for more than three weeks is being remembered today. A special memorial service is being held for Officer Mark McCullers.
Fort Worth ISD Building Damaged During ATM Smash & GrabFort Worth Independent School District employees arrived at work this morning to find the front of their building demolished after a gang of criminals pulled an early morning smash and grab.
El Centro College Holding "Reflect And Renew Ceremony"The shattered glass has been replaced, the halls are clean, and El Centro College is once again open for learning. But part of moving forward, for students and the community, is fixing the hurt that can’t be seen.
Texas Colleges Begin Process To Implement Campus Carry LawPublic colleges and universities across the state of Texas are preparing for the Campus Carry Law that takes effect August 1.
Euless Junior High Teacher Resigns Over Alleged Relationship With StudentA teacher and coach at Euless Junior High resigned after he was confronted by school officials with allegations that he had an inappropriate relationship with a student.
Collin County Growth Evident At School RegistrationOne of the fastest growing school districts in Texas, Frisco ISD expects to add 3,600 students this year.
Fort Worth School District Alters Transgender Policy, Will Notify ParentsFort Worth Superintendent Kent Scribner said Wednesday that transgender guidelines have been condensed and that each student will be handled on a "case-by-case basis."
Teachers Return To El Centro College After Dallas AttackTeachers and staff members from El Centro College in downtown Dallas on Wednesday are going back to the site of this month's ambush on police officers. Students are scheduled to return on Thursday.
Historians: Proposed Mexican American History Text Is Riddled With ErrorsSaying it is riddled with errors, a chorus of Texas and and Mexican educators and historians have united to demand that a so-called history book for Texas high school students be rejected.
Chiefs Of 5 Public Colleges Paid More Than $1M, Study FindsThe University of Houston's chief topped the list at $1.3 million, followed by leaders at the University of Oregon, Texas A&M University, the University of Texas system and Georgia State University.
University Of Texas Board Reverses 1 Austin Campus Gun RuleThe University of Texas System Board of Regents has struck down a rule that would have barred chambered rounds in concealed semi-automatic handguns on the flagship UT-Austin campus.

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