Most people believe the exchange of sexually explicit text messages between a teacher and student should not be happening and is probably against the law. But a North Texas court has ruled that some ‘sexting’ is actually free speech and protected by the law.
A 33-year-old Wylie High School teacher was arrested on Wednesday for allegedly having an improper relationship with a student.
A 38-year-old Arlington teacher was sentenced to the maximum 20 years in prison on Wednesday for having sex with five female students.
A Johnson County teacher has been arrested and charged with Improper Relationship Between Educator And Student.
Administrators with the Cleburne ISD have accepted the resignation of a high school teacher and girl’s soccer head coach after the man’s arrest for Improper Relationship Between Educator and Student.
A 26-year-old former Dallas Independent School District (DISD) middle school math teacher and assistant basketball coach has been charged with two counts of Sexual Assault.
Authorities in Haltom City are releasing information about the indictment and arrest of a former high school teacher, accused of having sex with at least four students. Former Haltom High School computer technology teacher Tonya Flink was arrested in December.
A former Ennis High School teacher was sentenced to five concurrent five-year prison terms for having an improper relationship with students.
A former North Texas high school teacher’s aide has been charged with Sexual Assault of a Child. Juan Clemente Silvas is accused of sexually assaulting a female Kennedale High School student.
The former Kennedale High School teacher on trial for having sex with students was found guilty Friday on 16 criminal counts. During the punishment phase of the trial both Brittni Colleps’ husband and mother begged jurors for mercy.
The trial of a former Kennedale High School teacher, accused of having sex with students, continues. But it will wrap up without the accused, Brittni Colleps, taking the stand.
The executive director of the United Educators Association says he is seeing a growing trend of teachers being impersonated online and students hacking into the Facebook and Twitter accounts of instructors.