After the tragic Connecticut school shooting that left 20 elementary school children dead, school districts across North Texas are sharing their safety protocols with parents.
Families from across the state and nation are moving to the city of Frisco. While they all have their various reasons for packing up and heading out, many go to the city for one main reason: the schools.
Dallas Independent School District officials are playing host to an education dignitary Tuesday.
The sweeping school finance lawsuit going to trial Monday in Austin isn’t only about money.
The Dallas School Board is receiving its first look at Superintendent Mike Miles’ improvement list for area schools.
New Dallas ISD Superintendent Mike Miles is giving himself and his top administrators a major assignment to improve the quality of education and how the district works.
A record number of Texas school districts now have to give up money to the state. According to the Texas Education Agency, an additional 23 state school districts are now considered property wealthy.
Nearly half of Texas public and charter schools failed to meet federal accountability standards based on the No Child Left Behind Law.
Newly hired Dallas Schools Superintendent Mike Miles is completing his revamped School Leadership Team, and it does not include a large number of DISD administrators who anticipated being re-hired under the plan.
First the head of the Fort Worth ISD announced a district headquarters shake-up, then the district approved a $600 million budget for the coming school year, now Walter Dansby is out to give a monetary reward all district employees.
Dallas Independent School District Superintendent Mike Miles continues to add high-ranking and high-paid executives to his staff.
The Dallas Independent School District has already announced an anticipated $38 million budget deficit for the 2012-13 school year –– but four cabinet members will see salaries that range from $182,000 to $220,000.