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Former Dallas Judge Says Education Opens Doors Of Opportunity

When a judge retired, then Governor Ann Richards appointed Lena Levario in 1993 to the 204th Judicial District Court of Dallas County, Texas.


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Professor And Dallas LPC Shows Transformative Power Of Education

Trudi Swedlund, Licensed Professor Counselor and Licensed Marriage, is a professor of English and speech communications at Richland College.


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Dallas Business Owner Publishes ‘The Book’ On Education

As co-founder and President of Dallas-based Brattle Publishing, Richard Lena is in charge of developing and creating educational books.


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Students Return To Lakewood Elementary Following CO Scare

More than 800-students this morning return to classes at Lakewood Elementary School in Dallas, after a carbon monoxide leak forced an evacuation Tuesday.


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New NCAA Legislation On Academic Misconduct In Works

A group of 20 university presidents and college athletics administrators is crafting a proposal to better define when the NCAA should investigate cases of academic cheating by student athletes.


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Texas Conservatives Back Teacher Evaluations, School Grading Plans

Top conservatives clamoring for ‘school choice’ voucher plans in the Texas Legislature are offering other priorities that are less hot-button but still may spark bitter floor fights.


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Lakewood Elementary In Dallas Evacuated After Carbon Monoxide Leak Detected

The students and staff at Lakewood Elementary school in Dallas have been evacuated after elevated levels of Carbon Monoxide were detected in the building Tuesday morning.


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Dallas Software Engineer Seeks To Build Knowledge

Hector Fontanez worked as an electronic warfare systems technician for the United States Army, and other prestigious companies like Raytheon and Lockheed Martin.


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A M.B.A. Helps A Dallas Auditor Keep The Lights On

In order to successfully complete account reconciliations, financial statements, risk assessments and update corporate policies and procedures, George DeLaRosa of Luminant Power needed a strong educational foundation.


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Dallas ER Pediatric Nurse Says Advanced Education Is Critical

As a pediatric charge nurse in the emergency room at Medical City Dallas Hospital, Lana Cooper advised those returning to school, “If you are not willing to advance your scope of knowledge then you won’t be marketable.”


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MLB Players To Get Mandatory Domestic Violence Education

All major league players on 40-man rosters will attend a mandatory education program on domestic violence during spring training.


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Careers In Criminal Justice Show Growth In North Texas

As more people move to the North Texas region, the need for law enforcement police officers, probation officers, correctional treatment specialists and juvenile supervision officers and counseling case workers will continue to grow.