Trustees Mull Over Renaming Dallas ISD Schools Named After ConfederatesThe sweeping movement to rename campuses named after Confederates is again a topic of discussion for Dallas school trustees.
Thousands Heading To Dallas Mayor's Back to School FairLike kids across North Texas, schoolchildren in Dallas and their families are preparing to head back to class and today thousands of those young people are expected at the Mayor's Back to School Fair.
DISD Creating Its Own Hall Of FameNomination for the inaugural DISD Hall of Fame class is running through the end of September.
Dallas ISD Pushes Back Against Charter SchoolsThirteen percent of DISD's expected enrollment attends area public charter schools.
Dallas ISD Struggling With Staff Turnover At Some SchoolsSeveral resignations within the Dallas ISD are serving to highlight its struggle with staff turnover. "I think it'd be nice if we could find someone who could stay for a while," said parent Lori Kirkpatrick.
Some DISD Members Against 'Bathroom Bill' In Special SessionAs members of the Texas legislature return to Austin for a special session, some Dallas ISD leaders are pushing back.
North Texas Schools Offering Kids Free Summer MealsWith school out for the summer, food has become a concern for many North Texas families. But there are programs in place to make sure that kids receive the same kind of meals that they do during the school year.
Texas Senate Considers Bill To Kill Dallas County School Bus ServiceThe Texas state Senate is considering a bill to kill the agency that runs bus service for most of the Dallas County school districts.
Teacher Saved From Car Wreck By Fellow Teacher & Army VeteranA teacher who survived a car wreck says she's grateful to be alive, and wouldn't be here today without help from a fellow teacher and Army veteran.
Dallas ISD & Dallas Parks Training Students To Save LivesThe Dallas Independent School District has teamed with Dallas Park and Recreation on a special mission -- they’re training students now to save lives in the future.
Dallas ISD Early Learning Center Becomes Model For DistrictAs Dallas school leaders look to expand its early childhood learning options, the recently reopened center at Harllee has become a model for the district - and a "welcome home" for its principal.
Retired Texas Teachers Worried Health Care Costs Will SkyrocketJudy Bryant was a school teacher for 32 years and retired from Dallas ISD 11 years ago. Now, she's worried health care costs will give her a serious math problem.