National Spelling Bee To Offer Wild Cards; Expand FieldThe Scripps National Spelling Bee is establishing a new path to the competition that could result in the field of spellers nearly doubling, from fewer than 300 to more than 500.
Study Finds Graduation Rate Up For Bowl-Bound College Football PlayersA recent study found that the overall football player graduation success rate for bowl-bound teams improved from 75 percent last year to 77 percent this year.
Dallas ISD At-Home Learning Support Helps Parents & Students SucceedThe free program is Dallas ISD's latest effort to build loyalty among potential parents, help parents get their children ready for school and then build on that success once they begin classes.
Suit Argues New Angle In For-Profit College Fraud ClaimTwo women who claim they were defrauded by a for-profit college have sued the Education Department and a private loan servicer in a case their attorneys say could provide a new legal remedy for tens of thousands of students.
Colleges Draw Fewer Foreign Students But Avoid Crisis So FarInternational enrollments at U.S. colleges have fared better than expected this year, but many schools still fear the country's political climate, according to a national survey.
Voters Put The Brakes On Dallas County SchoolsNow, eight Dallas area school districts must figure out what to do without the bus agency known as Dallas County Schools.
Dallas County Schools Bus Agency To Be AbolishedIt will soon be over for the agency responsible for getting tens of thousands of North Texas students to school each day.
DISD Students Learn Communication, Confidence And An 'Amazing Shake'As urban schools work to level the academic playing field, attention is now turning to what's being called the tie-breakers that technology can't teach, like communication and confidence.
DISD Considers A New Homeless Shelter For Students In NeedVirtually every campus in Dallas ISD enrolls children living in shelters, hotels or on the streets.
Fort Worth Leaders Join Students For Int'l Walk To School MonthOctober is International Walk to School Month and FWISD administrators were joined by city leaders this morning to form a series of Walking School Buses to get students to campus.
Crisis Counselors At Lake Highlands High After Teen KilledA Lake Highlands High School student has died after what investigators believe was an accidental shooting. This morning students, faculty and staff are grieving the loss of 14-year-old Azeneth Pina.
SMU Back Up & Running After Power OutageSMU is back open after a power outage on Tuesday night forced thousands of students to be evacuated. Many of those students returned to class on Wednesday morning carrying books and overnight bags.