Wednesday afternoon the gymnasium where the Lady Texan basketball team plays was empty. The season is over but it was never supposed to end like this.
Parents in Frisco are upset that the school district is no longer offering bus service to a recently rezoned neighborhood.
Even in the midst of the pure joy that kids call `a snow day,’ lurks the reality that the cancelled classes will one day come at a cost.
Due to the extreme weather conditions canceling classes across many North Texas school districts over the past months – many school systems will need to schedule make-up days.
Texas added 52 public charter schools and 36,000 students this school year. Charter school enrollment has jumped 225 percent across the U.S. in the last decade.
The number of Texas high school graduates passing their advanced placement exams has improved to 18.5 percent, which is just below the national average of 20.1 percent.
There has been a major decision in the Frisco Independent School District. Monday night the school board voted to approve a referendum for voters to decide on a nearly $800 million bond proposal.
The Dallas Independent School District is on a mission to improve student performance and it has a deadline.
University of Texas chancellor Francisco Cigarroa said that he is resigning because he has accomplished the goals that he set five years ago, not because of political turmoil.
Democratic candidate for governor Wendy Davis is calling on Texas to settle a school finance lawsuit and convene a special session of the Legislature.
The worst of Monday morning’s weather seems to have hit Montague County. Several school districts there were forced to either delay their starts or shut down completely.
Although freeways and major thoroughfares remained for the most part free of ice, a handful of North Texas school districts cancelled classes Friday — citing icy conditions on side streets, sidewalks and parking lots.