The Texas Education Agency will roll out a new accountability system for districts and schools this year that may not bring many immediate surprises but will change how many schools are rated in the long run.
After a fertilizer plant explosion devastated the rural town of West in April, local teachers and administrators did what they could to help the community cope with the disaster that wrecked hundreds of structures, including three of city’s four schools.
Students, say goodbye to junk food temptations during school hours. The USDA is replacing potato chips and candy bars with baked chips and granola bars as part of new standards for the nation’s schools.
Dallas ISD announced on Tuesday that Chief of Communications Rebecca Rodriguez has resigned her position effective immediately.
An EF5 tornado that hit Jarrell, Texas 16 years ago nearly wiped the small, Central Texas town off the map. Twenty seven people died.
Fort Worth is looking to change its law that prohibits alcohol sales within 300 feet of schools to take the burden off businesses.
Dozens of schools in the Dallas Independent School District could have new principals starting next school year. The plan is all part of Superintendent Mike Miles’ plan to revamp the district.
Community meetings are planned across Fort Worth during the next two weeks. The Fort Worth ISD says it wants to hear from as many people as possible to help create a new strategic plan.
Billed as the “largest CHL class ever,” Kennedale High School will host a one-day Concealed Handgun License course for up to 1,000 Texas school teachers.
Twelve schools are on caution lockdown in the Lake Highlands area as police investigate a possible third sexual assault in the Dallas neighborhood.
With the right words, one Fort Worth high school senior will win a brand new car. Everyday a shiny new 2013 Honda Civic sits on campus and steals the attention of students at Western Hills High School.
Jeb Bush says that when it comes to overhauling public education: “You’ve got to go big or go home.”