The Garland school board asked voters to approve its largest bond package ever Monday night.
A federal court has determined that the Irving Independent School District denies Hispanic residents an equal opportunity to vote and elect candidates of their choice.
Eager to start the repairs on the $60 million Eagle Stadium, the Allen ISD school board Monday night voted to kick start the work.
More than 300 people have signed a petition to protect the historic West High School building from being demolished.
Taking a wrecking ball to a piece of history. More heartache may lie ahead in the town of West. Wednesday the school district voted to demolish the old high school. Officials said the building was too badly damaged by the fertilizer plant explosion.
In the span of two days Fort Worth Independent School District Superintendent Walter Dansby and his right-hand man have both stepped down. FWISD Board President Christene Moss said she was disappointed after the leadership shakeup.
Walter Dansby has been an employee of the Fort Worth ISD for some 40 years. But now, the head man’s time as superintendent is about to come to an end. After submitting his resignation, Dansby’s role as superintendent will officially end next week.
Twenty-four after his resignation some Fort Worth parents are still trying to figure out why the school district superintendent is leaving his job. While FWISD school board members met, a group of parents gathered across town at a local bookstore.
Trustees with the Fort Worth Independent School District are talking about Superintendent Walter Dansby’s future. They called a special meeting to discuss his contract, but a lot of what they are saying will happen behind close doors.
As the last hours of early voting wound down Tuesday, Christina Hughes Babb echoed concern from fellow Lake Highlands residents. “It’s a low turnout altogether for the election,” she said.
The DISD could become the first public school district in Texas to pay teachers based on how well their students perform. The proposal is all a part of Superintendent Mike Mile’s plan to improve graduation rates.
There has been a major decision in the Frisco Independent School District. Monday night the school board voted to approve a referendum for voters to decide on a nearly $800 million bond proposal.