Dallas ISD Teacher Arrested For Improper Relationship With StudentGarland police arrested a Dallas ISD teacher Thursday for an improper relationship with a student.
DISD's Plan To Combat 'Summer Slide' Adds Resources For Autistic StudentsEducators say it is critical that parents have a summer plan that doesn't include hours spent in front of the TV or on technology-- and that's especially true for those students still learning social skills.
Dallas County Schools Superintendent Charged In $3 Million Kickback SchemeThe criminal felony Information filed today charges Sorrells with one count of conspiracy to commit honest services wire fraud.
Annual 'Beeping' Easter Egg Hunt For Children With DisabilitiesMore than 100 children from the Dallas ISD participated in an Easter egg hunt geared toward their needs.
Dallas Elementary School Receives Much-Needed Digital Currency Donation"I think it's amazing that a company is willing to support kids and their futures that much."
Ta Da! Three Booker T. Dancers Accepted Into JulliardJada German, Eleni Loving and Luke Qualls have danced their way into the prestigious Julliard School in New York.
Big Decision For Dallas ISD School Board On 2 SchoolsTwo schools are likely to close and students will have to move to other campuses.
Dallas ISD Providing Free Meals During Spring BreakThere is a fresh reminder, today, that hunger never takes a holiday.
Fast-Paced Game Offering Long-Lasting Lessons For Dallas StudentsFutsal is giving kids at Stockard Middle School a chance to visit Disney World to represent Dallas.
Dallas ISD Students Discuss School Safety And Guns Teenagers made sure their voices were heard today at a Dallas Independent School District forum on guns and school safety.
Skyline High School's Culinary Students Challenge School Lunch StigmaYou might think that school lunches are not the most craveable meals, but a group of students in Skyline High School's culinary arts program are cooking up lunches that are anything but boring.
Dallas ISD Says It Stands United With 'Dreamers'Superintendent Michael Hinojosa said if the federal government does not approve a plan for individuals under DACA, many school districts would be impacted in multiple ways.