Fort Worth ISD Has 3 Goals For New School YearNearly two dozen North Texas school districts head back to class on Monday, including the 87,000 students in the Fort Worth ISD. The new school year brings some changes for Fort Worth.
Budget Issues Hang Over Frisco ISD's New School YearMore than 56,000 students in the Frisco ISD head back to class on Monday with a couple of changes. Officials point to a failed property tax hike as the reason for current budget woes.
#2 At NASA To Become UNT ChancellorLesa B. Roe is set to become the first-ever woman to lead UNT System.
Trustees Mull Over Renaming Dallas ISD Schools Named After ConfederatesThe sweeping movement to rename campuses named after Confederates is again a topic of discussion for Dallas school trustees.
Mansfield Mom Gets 5 Daughters Ready For SchoolGetting the perfect outfit set out. Making sure that lunch is ready. Looking over the new schedule. The 'back to school' rush can be hectic, but a family in Mansfield gets things done in the morning with five daughters.
Texas Legislature Approves $560M For Schools, Teacher RetirementThe Texas Legislature has approved about $560 million in extra funding for schools and retired teachers.
95-Plus Percent Of Texas School Districts Meet StandardsMore than 95 percent of Texas school districts, and around 89 percent of individual schools, have met minimum education standards -- slight improvements over last year.
Denton School Official Removed Over Book's Supremacist SymbolThe Denton ISD has removed an assistant principal from his post after he authored a children's book whose central character is also a white nationalist symbol.
North Texas HS Dubbed 'Storm Ready' By National Weather ServiceWhen severe storms hit, Timber Creek High School in Keller is ready. In fact, it's more than prepared.
Keller ISD Offers ‘Innovative Campus' For KidsStudents in the Keller ISD are saying goodbye to summer and hello to a new school year on Tuesday, with a new middle school campus opening its doors and a new superintendent at the helm.
Texas A&M Calls Off Planned White Nationalist Rally Texas A&M University late Monday called off a planned white supremacist rally on its campus next month, citing concerns of a "major security risk" following the demonstrations that turned deadly over the weekend in Virginia.
Texas Senate Advances Scaled-Back School Finance PlanThe Texas Senate has advanced a once-sweeping school finance plan, but only after scaling it back so much that it will only offer about $500 million in extra funding for some school districts statewide and teacher retirement.

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