One-Of-A-Kind Pilot Brings Girls Scouts Into Dallas SchoolThe cutest sales force in the county is gearing up right now: Girl Scout cookie sales get underway today!
11-Year-Old Studies Intergalactic Space At TCUAmong the scientists, faculty and students roaming the halls at TCU's College of Science, you'll find 11 year old Cannan Huey-You. He's not lost. He's there studying intergalactic space.
Don Draper And 'Mad Men' Archive Land At University Of TexasThe last America saw of Don Draper, he was meditating on a Pacific hillside, imagining one of the iconic ads in television history. What's left of the flawed protagonist of "Mad Men" has now come to Texas.
DISD Holds Public Meeting After Eminent Domain Notices SentIt's a land grab by the DISD that could force local businesses from the sites they've occupied for decades. The district wants to build a new school and it says all the properties in the way of that need to leave.
Dallas ISD Plans Land Grab Of Jakes Hamburgers For SchoolThe Dallas Independent School District has put the original Jakes Hamburgers and other businesses on notice that it plans to use eminent domain to purchase their property and build a school.
Students Make Move To Different Campus After Mold Closes SchoolAs the New Year begins there’s a different campus for students attending Sarah Zumwalt Middle School in east Oak Cliff. Health and safety concerns resulted in students reporting to a another campus today.
Texas Superintendents Oppose New Grading SystemAbout 60 superintendents met to discuss the state's new grading system for school districts.
Dallas & Fort Worth ISDs Get 'D's From TEA Preliminary ReportThe Texas Education Agency released the grades they have given to each Texas public school and their respective school districts in what the agency is calling a "work in progress" report.
Critics Pan TEA's Preliminary School RatingsPublic schools across Texas have gotten preliminary grades under an academic accountability system that is still being overhauled. But education groups have spoken out against the ratings.
Frisco's Sci-Tech Discovery Center Hosts Sports Science WeekendThe topic of injuries and concussions in high school sports is bigger every year. This weekend the Sci-Tech Discovery Center in Frisco explores sports science and injury prevention. JD Ryan is Around Town.
U.S. Students Consider Canadian College After Trump WinFor some college-bound students distressed by the election of Donald Trump, Canada is calling. Colleges from Quebec to British Columbia said that website traffic from the U.S. has been surging since Trump's win.
DISD Offering Students Free Meals During Winter BreakSince hunger doesn't take a vacation, the Dallas Independent School District will open its doors during the winter break to serve breakfast and lunch meals to anyone under the age of 18.

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