Obama Appeals Block On School Transgender RulesThe Obama administration is pushing back against the efforts to block transgender bathroom rights in public schools. This back-and-forth battle has been flush with controversy.
Food, Fun And Education At The State Fair Of TexasBy the thousands, kids led moms and dads, and in some cases grandparents by the hand to see all things that come with the state fair.
Frisco ISD Voters Reject Property Tax IncreaseVoters in Frisco ISD rejected a proposed $0.13 property tax increase Saturday. The tax hike would have gone to hiring more teachers/staff and to decrease class sizes.
Reports Shows Drop In Overall Crime At U.S. SchoolsThe latest government snapshot of school crime paints a picture of safer schools, with declines in violent crime, bullying and harassment because of sexual orientation.
All Los Angeles Schools Closed Over Electronic ThreatAn "electronic threat" against several Los Angeles Unified School District has prompted the closure of all of the district's campuses Tuesday.
Frisco ISD Board Unanimously Approves Attendance Zone ChangesIt's official, some students in the Frisco Independent School District now know they will be attending new schools next year. Monday night, Frisco ISD trustees finalized new attendance boundaries.
James Patterson Announces Gifts To Booksellers, LibrariesA Texas bookstore is a part of James Patterson's $2 million holiday gift program, with grants and bonuses to schools and libraries and independent bookstores.
Mandatory Recess A Topic At Today's DISD School Board BriefingA Dallas School Board member wants to make recess a requirement in the district's elementary schools. During a school board briefing today Dan Micciche says he will propose that recess be held daily for children pre-K through 5th grade.
Dallas ISD Bans CrowdfundingThe district says it's developing a new plan to help students with fundraising.
DISD Officials Get Busy Putting Approved Bond Package $ To WorkOfficials with the Dallas Independent School District are busy making big plans for the future of their schools today. Tuesday night voters gave the green light for a huge $1.6 billion bond package.
North Texas Voters OK State Amendments & Local Bond PackagesVoters statewide approved all seven proposed amendments to the Texas Constitution on Tuesday and locally gave the go-ahead for a number of school and road improvement bond packages.
Dallas Voters Approve $1.6 Billion School Bond PackageVoters Tuesday approved a Dallas Independent School District $1.6 billion bond to build new schools and improve existing ones.