They’ve moonwalked their way to national fame and before Monday night’s big game; North Texans got the chance to watch the Ohio State Marching Band up close and in person.
Southern Methodist University is taking steps to return federal compliance after being found in violation of sex assault and anti-harassment guidelines. SMU is vowing to return to compliance by Thursday night.
The federal government has denied Texas in the state’s application for up to $120 million in grants that would have helped to pay for pre-kindergarten programs.
It’s less than a semester into the Denton Independent School District’s new grading policy and some parents are giving it an “F”.
The senior class at Haltom High School is working on something no other senior class has done before, at this campus.
A couple of W.T. White students were caught on-camera vandalizing their own high school during the holiday weekend.
State Auditor John Keel is criticizing an economic development program run by Texas school districts, saying they’re being passive about checking whether companies actually are creating high-paying jobs as promised.
You’d like to envision Fort Worth students hopscotching their way to school, but some children are playing a balancing game that their parents wish they weren’t.
For the first time, the young woman who shared a video that led to an internal investigation is coming forward.
Amid charges of bias from the right and left, the Texas Board of Education has failed to grant preliminary approval for any of the around 100 new history and social studies textbooks up for use in classrooms statewide.
A bus driver in the Joshua Independent School District wasn’t on her normal route Tuesday. The woman has been sidelined while officials investigate video of an alleged conversation she had with a student.
The State Board of Education is set for a potentially fiery preliminary vote on more than 100 history and social studies textbooks up for approval for classroom use.