Texas started a trend by making most of its high school students tackle algebra II. But eight years later, the state often watched for education policy is abandoning the requirement.
Civil rights leader, philanthropist, attorney and education activist Adelfa Callejo died on Saturday, Jan. 25 from a brain tumor.
Armed staff members will soon be walking the halls of schools in one North Texas school district. The Argyle ISD school board has approved a plan to allow certain teachers and other staff member to carry concealed firearms.
There’s new information involving an investigation at the troubled school co-founded by former Dallas Cowboy Deion Sanders.
A lack of funding at one North Texas college meant possibly shuttering the doors, but a group of students were able to raise enough money to keep their school open.
A side job to make extra money turned into a life-long career fulfilling David Danforth’s passion for learning and teaching.
Assistant United States Attorney for the Northern District of Texas, Taly Haffar’s says, “Without having gone to college and law school, I would not have a job that I absolutely love.”
Keller ISD has stepped up cleaning efforts at all campuses during the flu outbreak. Each day cleaning crews take over classrooms wiping tables, chairs and door knobs
Heather Hambrick found her niche for her career in health care with pursuing an education in pre-med and pre-law.
A masters degree allowed Erica Edwards to fine tune and focus her skill set, which gave her the credentials to do what she wanted to do.
After more than a decade in the courtroom, Jeff Whittle decided to go back to school which led to a career in showing business owners how to succeed.
Public schools are shaping up to become the top issue in the 2014 election campaigns.