Dallas Psychology Doctor Says Education Opened Up An Unknown Field"I had great mentorship and role models in my education who opened up a field that I did not even know existed until I took a college course in health psychology," said Dr. Jamie Becker.
Dallas Cooking Teacher Counts On Education For Building A CareerTina Wasserman encourages others to pursue a master's degree "if it will enhance your business or intellectual acumen."
Students Safe After Ferguson Educational Center Lockdown EndsA lockdown at Ferguson Educational Center in Arlington lasted about an hour and half while police were engaged in a stand-off situation with a suspected bank robber outside the school.
Texas Rejects Letting Academics Vet Public School TextbooksTexas has rejected allowing university experts to fact-check its public-school textbooks in the wake of a 9th grade world geography book mistakenly calling African slaves "workers."
Outgoing Commissioner Urges Education Board To Keep High StandardsOutgoing Texas Education Commissioner Michael Williams has urged the Board of Education to keep state testing and academic accountability standards high.
Texas Board May Vote To Let Academics Check School TextbooksTexas may vote this week on having outside experts check textbooks used in its public school classrooms for factual errors.
Dallas Senior Director Shares Her Path To Earning Her Master's"The biggest reward from earning my master's was the sense of accomplishment I had when it was completed," says Darcy Wessinger, Senior Director of the Heart Center at Children's Health.
Dallas Jobs Are Expanding In Both Education And HealthcareIn September, over 26,000 non-farm jobs were added. 224,8000 positions have been added within the year from September 2014 to September 2015.
Texas Agency: 4 Districts Violated Law On Disabled StudentsFour Texas school districts violated federal law by not properly evaluating students with disabilities before sending them to court for missing school, a state agency's investigation has found.
Dallas Psychiatry Professor Finds Reward In Helping Others"The biggest reward is being invited into someone’s life and having the opportunity to positively impact the trajectory of their future," says Dr. Meredith Chapman.
Texas Case Sees Religious Liberty, Home-School Rules CollideThe Texas Supreme Court is hearing the case of an El Paso family that could shake up booming home-school ranks in Texas and beyond.
Parents Allege Favoritism In Coppell ISD High School Football ProgramCoppell ISD is looking into its high school football program after several parents filed official grievances alleging misconduct among the coaching staff.