In theory, having a security officer or monitor at every school sounds like a great idea; but public funding and budgets make that nearly impossible.
Fort Worth’s school district knew when it scored low marks on a crucial statewide academic test it would have to rush to make improvements.
The Fort Worth Police Department on Friday will announce a new program to add more security in schools without increasing the numbers of uniformed officers on campus.
With the right words, one Fort Worth high school senior will win a brand new car. Everyday a shiny new 2013 Honda Civic sits on campus and steals the attention of students at Western Hills High School.
A tragedy like the one that hit the small Connecticut town of Newtown underscores the concern of parents everywhere that their community may not be immune to senseless violence.
Fort Worth is one of nine in the country to receive a $760,000 grant for after school programs.
There are some new job opportunities in the Fort Worth Independent School District. Tuesday afternoon administrators announced that they are now hiring teachers and other workers from outside the district.
Hundreds of Fort Worth teachers leave their schools this week not knowing when — or if — they’ll return. Major scheduling changes district wide mean new assignments for the teachers, maybe new teaching roles including being moved to substitute teacher.
A local business has challenged Fort Worth students to explain how they would improve their hometown.
The Board of Education president for the Fort Worth Independent School district has resigned. Raymond Dickerson’s last day will be December 8.
This Saturday both the Dallas and Fort Worth Independent School District’s will have city and school leaders out knocking on the doors of possible middle and high school dropouts.
The Fort Worth Independent School District is growing so fast that they’ve added an online tool to help direct parents to the right campus.