Sunday offered Fort Worth students a rare chance to mingle with two of the world’s most prominent former political leaders.
In the hands of many kids, high tech gadgets are little more than pricey, plug-in toys. But, at the Notre Dame School of Dallas, which serves special needs students, this same technology is being used to change lives.
Students, teachers and parents in Denton will work to put a fire behind them and focus on the future during a Monday night meeting.
State officials have made a policy change that allows college students to receive a mandated meningitis vaccine for free.
About two dozen wide-eyed four and five year olds filed off of a school bus Thursday on an important field trip. They were taking their first visit to the library, by way of a program that organizers hope will promote literacy.
It doesn’t look like Denton’s problem with tuberculosis will be near as bad as it was in Ennis.
A Fort Worth high school student says he was suspended from school for expressing his Christian beliefs in class. His teacher, however, saw it differently, labeling the student’s comments about homosexuality as bullying.
A book about mystery solving teens is spooking some Keller Middle School parents, and it has nothing to do with meddling kids.
A program to stop truancy in two North Texas school districts could be a moneymaker for some. Both Arlington and Mansfield are participating in the “You Earn, They Learn. Stop Truancy.” program.
More than half of junior high and high school students in Texas will be suspended or expelled before they graduate. A new study ties that high discipline rate to lower graduation rates, and higher crime rates.
Third-party transportation services are reporting an increase in demand just one day after Keller ISD became the first school district in the state to charge parents a flat rate for their children to ride the bus to school.
Urging against treating Texas college students like customers “shopping on iTunes or visiting Banana Republic,” a top UT administrator blasted proposed higher education reforms broadly endorsed by Gov. Rick Perry but opposed by faculty statewide.