Brent Elementary Student Accidentally Brings Gun To SchoolElementary school students in Little Elm are going home today with a letter to parents about a gun found on campus.
Texas Agency: 4 Districts Violated Law On Disabled StudentsFour Texas school districts violated federal law by not properly evaluating students with disabilities before sending them to court for missing school, a state agency's investigation has found.
Parents Upset After Condom Sense Opens Next To Tutoring CenterPeople are making threats against the owner of a newly-opened Condom Sense near El Dorado Parkway. It’s the second adult novelty store to open in McKinney.
Study: Kids Take 100-Plus Required Tests Through 12th GradeA new study says the typical student in the nation's big-city public schools spends between 20 and 25 hours a school year taking standardized tests - and roughly 112 mandatory exams from preschool through high school.
Texas High School Graduation Rates Same As Last YearThe Education Department says high school graduation rates for most states continue to improve except in Texas and seven other states wherein it’s the same.
Schools Find Alternatives To Suspending StudentsRecently, Irving teen Ahmed Mohamed was suspended from school after a teacher mistook his homemade clock for a bomb.
FWISD Students On 'Walking School Buses' For International Walk to School DayOctober 7 is International Walk to School Day, and six Fort Worth elementary schools are observing the day with Walking School Buses.
Fine Arts And Dual Language Classes For Arlington KindergartnersSome of the youngest students in Arlington ISD are on a new learning path this fall.
Rapper T.I. Makes Surprise Appearance At Dallas High SchoolOn Monday afternoon, rapper T.I. shocked 450 students at Madison High School with a surprise appearance.
No Charges Against Coach For Punishing Students With 'Bear Crawl'An Ellis County coach was under fire from some parents this week for an in-school punishment, but investigators found she did not commit any crime.
DISD Trustees Vote For $1.6 Billion Bond ProgramThe Dallas ISD Board of Trustees today (8/21/15) voted unanimously to place the bond program before voters in an election on Nov. 3.
Some ISDs Already Have School Zone Warning Lights OnMany public schools in North Texas go back into session next Monday. But as you head out on the roadways now, you might notice some school zones that have flashing warning lights already on.