The fight for funding public education in Texas is headed to the Texas Supreme Court tomorrow.
Thanks to a new law set to kick in on September 1, Texas Colleges and Universities will have an additional $4 billion to elevate their national standing in research.
The deaths of Virginia news reporter Alison Parker and photographer Adam Ward are even felt here in North Texas, on college campuses where journalism students are learning.
With over 1 million online job postings for nurses, some of the most sought after positions in the Dallas area are for registered nurses.
“When I started college as biology major, I was really not interested in medicine. A friend of mine was working in a lab doing undergraduate research, and she told me how to get into the program. Once I was working in the lab, I was hooked,” said Jill Buettner.
“There was a nine-year gap between earning my bachelor’s and going back to school to earn master’s. Get involved early and get it behind you, don’t wait as long as I did,” said Roy Barker.
Kids who walk to and from school may find themselves doing so in low-light situations. That’s why Methodist Health System is offering free safety lights to students.
The Dallas ISD Board of Trustees today (8/21/15) voted unanimously to place the bond program before voters in an election on Nov. 3.
For the second time in seven years, the Dallas School District is considering placing a capital improvement plan before voters. The proposed cost: $1.6 Billion.
With support from AT&T, the Momentous Institute in Dallas is offering a new series of free apps for teachers and parents to help students focus and deal with stress in school.
With blankets and coats in hand, parents lined up Thursday morning and were ready for school. They are in store for some ‘big gets’ as Fort Worth kicks off its Back To School Roundup.
An arrest warrant for a former third grade teacher in Hurst says more than five students accused him of inappropriate touching at the end of the last school year.