Texas Accuses More Schools Of 'Unlawful Electioneering'Republican Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton has ordered two more school districts to stop "unlawful electioneering activities," accusing them of using state funds to endorse a political candidate.
Students Plan To Put Pencils Down, Walk Out In Gun ProtestsFrom Maine to Hawaii, thousands of students planned to stage walkouts Wednesday to protest gun violence, one month after the deadly shooting inside a high school in Parkland, Florida.
Dallas ISD Providing Free Meals During Spring BreakThere is a fresh reminder, today, that hunger never takes a holiday.
Florida Teacher Tells Class African Americans Are "Not Worth" DatingA teacher in Florida has been suspended after he repeatedly used the N-word in class, and told his students not to date African Americans "because they are not worth it."
Hundreds Of Students From 4 Southlake Schools Stage Walkout Over Gun Violence, SafetyCarroll ISD estimated about 650 students total walked out, about 15 percent of the student body between the four schools.
Researcher: Bones Found In 1940 Likely Belong To Amelia EarhartA new forensic analysis indicates that bones found on a remote South Pacific island in 1940 are very likely those of legendary American aviator Amelia Earhart.
Aledo ISD Beefs Up SecurityOne North Texas school district is beefing up security as a direct response to the shooting in Florida.
Plano ISD Names Lone Finalist For Superintendent Interim Superintendent Sara Bonser will remain in place as Plano ISD's new superintendent of schools. She will be the first woman to serve as Plano ISD superintendent.
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.
Police Called To Incident At E. B. Comstock Middle SchoolReports of a shooting at E. B. Comstock Middle School in Dallas Friday afternoon turned out to be false.
Parents, Officials Scramble For US School Security UpgradesAmerican schools have been stepping up investment in security for years, and many districts have offered assurances about procedures already in place since the Feb. 14 shooting that left 17 dead. But some parents are saying it's just not enough.
Texas University Fires Baseball Coach For Colorado Marijuana EmailA Texas university has fired a baseball coach there for telling a high school player from Colorado that the team doesn't recruit from the state because players there fail drug tests.