'I May Not Look Like Dr. King, But I Believe Like Dr. King'Wesley Stoker won first place at the 26th annual Gardere MLK Jr. Oratory Competition - beating out 121 students from 16 DISD schools.
South Oak Cliff High Wraps Up Move So Renovations Can BeginA new chapter for South Oak Cliff High begins today. Students, faculty and staff are completing their move to a temporary campus, so the old building can be renovated.
Gun Discharges In Backpack At Dallas Elementary SchoolThe letter from the principal and assistant principals said it happened at the end of the school day and no students or staff were hurt.
3 DISD Schools Named For Confederate Generals To Be RenamedThe DISD Board of Trustees made the decision on the new school names Thursday night.
DISD Is Now In The School Bus BusinessDuring a briefing Thursday, Dallas ISD staffers told board trustees the best way to make sure students get to school safely and on time is to run the buses themselves.
Dallas ISD Leaders Work On New Plan For School Bus ServiceThere is a daunting task ahead for the Dallas Independent School District (DISD) as leaders work to come up with a plan to get tens of thousands of students to school everyday.
Dallas ISD At-Home Learning Support Helps Parents & Students SucceedThe free program is Dallas ISD's latest effort to build loyalty among potential parents, help parents get their children ready for school and then build on that success once they begin classes.
New Leaders Take Control At Dallas County Schools, Tackle Old Problems"Our current financial situation is pretty bleak." King says during the past five years, the agency's debt has skyrocketed from $36 to $147 million dollars.
Dallas ISD Considering Earlier Start Next YearStudents in the Dallas School District may have their summer cut short by a week next year.
Voters Put The Brakes On Dallas County SchoolsNow, eight Dallas area school districts must figure out what to do without the bus agency known as Dallas County Schools.
Voters Agree To Oust Dallas County Schools Bus ServiceThe voters have spoken and the troubled agency responsible for getting tens of thousands of students to and from school in Dallas County will be abolished.
DISD Students Learn Communication, Confidence And An 'Amazing Shake'As urban schools work to level the academic playing field, attention is now turning to what's being called the tie-breakers that technology can't teach, like communication and confidence.

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