Another misstep the Dallas School District can’t afford.
U.S. Attorney Sarah R. Saldana says two former owners of a tutoring business have pleaded guilty to defrauding several Texas school districts.
Several North Texas school districts are responding to Ebola concerns, after learning students or parents have had contact with one of the nurses diagnosed with the disease.
There are few issues in Frisco that will get people more upset than redrawn school boundaries. A new proposal, dropped in front of parents Monday evening, is sending shock-waves through some homes.
An emotional debate is underway about how far is too far when it comes to disciplining children. Hitting kids at home can escalate to criminal act. But what about hitting kids at school? You may be surprised to learn that several North Texas school districts still allow corporal punishment.
Parents at one DISD school squashed a plan to put a cell phone tower on top of the building. It’s not a novel idea for the district; DISD has 17 active contracts for service providers to install equipment on property.
It’s up to the state legislature to determine where the extra money for education will come from.
It’s the ruling heard across the state that will affect millions of school children.
Bring it on. That was the message Thursday from the Midlothian ISD superintendent. His comments came after a complaint was lodged about plaques with religious references at two schools.
As with any low-quality school program students may enroll in, online schools may saddle people with debt for something that won’t help in the long run.
By a better than three to one margin, voters in the Frisco ISD passed a $775-million school bond.
It’s a battle of words. Mayor Mike Rawlings says the DISD is putting his city at a disadvantage. As an example Rawlings points to companies like Toyota. This week, the automaker announced it is moving its U.S. headquarters to Plano.