National High School Graduation Rate Reaches New HighThe White House says President Barack Obama will announce Monday that America's high school graduation rate has reached a new high of 83.2 percent.
Fort Worth ISD Looks To Improve EducationFort Worth is looking at ways to improve education for young children at community centers, churches and after school programs as well as in schools to boost fundamental reading skills.
Smart Football Helmets May Help Detect ConcussionsLiberty Christian High School has installed sensors in all Varsity and Junior Varsity helmets designed to keep records of how hard a player is hit as well as the force of the hit.
New SAT Exam Taken By Nearly 1.4 M Students, No Scores YetHigh school students don't appear to have been scared off by the newly redesigned SAT college entrance exam.
Colleges Announced For Pell 'Dual Enrollment' ProgramThousands of low-income students in nearly two dozen states will soon be able get federal grants to take college courses while still in high school, part of a program the Obama administration plans to begin this summer.
Texas A&M Coach Apologizes For Tweets Critical Of Player's ReversalAssistant coach Aaron Moorhead has apologized for a series of tweets about loyalty and accountability he posted soon after a highly touted quarterback recruit announced he was breaking a verbal commitment to the Aggies.
DISD Senior Surprised With Scholarship To TCUIt takes a village. And Charity Mason, a senior at Dallas’ Carter High School-- has needed one—and so much more. She was one of six Carter students awarded full academic scholarships today to Texas Christian University.
Paralyzed Teen Pursues Dreams, Vows To "Live Life"A North Texas teen who was paralyzed is not giving up on returning to the life he once lived.
Report: Texas Students Complain Of Coach's Alleged RacismA school district in a Dallas suburb has released documents in which high school students — including some black football players — allege a former coach made racist comments.
Texas High School QB Sam Ehlinger Named AP Player Of YearEhlinger was the winner in a vote among eight sports writers and editors on a ballot that included the 10 offensive and defensive players of the year in the five classifications of the Texas AP's all-state teams.
Texas High School Football Coach Pleads Guilty In Player Attack On RefereeMack Breed, former assistant football coach at John Jay High School in San Antonio, pleaded guilty to the misdemeanor charge Monday in a Burnet County court.
Referees Struggle With Respect Amid Growing HostilityBy all accounts from those involved, finding and retaining referees is becoming more and more difficult. In fact, recognizing the potential shortage, many desperate state high school associations have taken lead roles in recruiting new talent to an aging workforce facing startlingly hostile conditions.