Renovation Projects Underway On Dozens Of DISD CampusesThousands of North Texas students have spent the last school year going to class, next to construction zones. Millions of dollars in improvements are underway on more than two-dozen DISD campuses.
Unique Job Fair Connects Disconnected Kids With OpportunitiesA unique job fair Friday called "100k Opportunities" offered both resources and jobs to help get more young people out of limbo and into the workforce.
'Virtual Tutoring' Trades Time In Traffic For Time With KidsUsing laptops and phone lines, tutors connect with students in nine DISD schools through a nonprofit called TutorMate.
DISD Police Handcuff 7-Year-Old With Special NeedsA family is outraged after a 7-year-old boy was placed in handcuffs and surrounded by DISD police at a mental health facility in DeSoto.
Man At Center Of Dallas H.S. Basketball Star Beating Death ArrestedA former North Texas high school basketball star who previously received probation in Dallas for the beating death of another player has now been charged with sexual assault.
STAAR Testing Returns Along With AnxietySick with worry. That’s how some students across North Texas and the state greet each round of the high stakes state school assessment dubbed STAAR.
Homeless Students Enjoy Camp On Spring BreakOne-hundred-twenty homeless children from throughout North Texas are spending their spring break horseback riding, zip lining and taking part in cowboy story telling at the Hoblitzelle Ranch in Midlothian.
Despite Ongoing Fight For PreK Funding, DISD Launches Innovative ProgramEven as state lawmakers fight over fully funding PreK education, DISD leaders are moving ahead with an innovative program to bring early childhood learning to kids in their communities.
DISD Board Passes 'Welcoming And Protective' ResolutionDISD says nothing in the resolution should be construed as requiring DISD employees to take any action in violating federal or state law.
Dallas, Irving School Superintendents Warn Against Further WalkoutsAs the angst and anger of present day national politics spills over into the schools, local leaders have had enough.
DISD Students Protest Immigration ReformMany students wore black shirts for the walkouts that began around 2:00 p.m.
'Oral' Deaf Education: Learning Success For The Hearing ImpairedA unique program offered at Sudie Williams Elementary in Dallas helps hearing impaired students overcome obstacles to getting there.