Entrepreneurship Camp Teaches Success In Business And LifeThe idea is to encourage students to think beyond being employees-- and show them that they can also be employers and entrepreneurs, creating jobs for the community.
Frisco ISD Approves Added Athletics Fee To Close Budget ShortfallFrisco ISD approved a package of 60 proposals 6 to 1 to cut costs and raise revenues to help offset a $5.8 million hole in the budget created after voters rejected a tax increase last summer.
To Post Or Not To Post: Internet Tips For College HopefulsGoogle yourself. Curate your online photos. The general rule of thumb, as one private high school advises its students: Don't post anything you wouldn't want your grandmother to see.
Voters To Decide Fate Of Texas School Transportation AgencyVoters in November will decide whether a Dallas-based school transportation agency facing deep financial trouble will continue operating.
North Texas Schools Offering Kids Free Summer MealsWith school out for the summer, food has become a concern for many North Texas families. But there are programs in place to make sure that kids receive the same kind of meals that they do during the school year.
Texas Approves Overhauling A-F School Accountability SystemThe Texas Legislature has approved an overhaul of an academic accountability rating system that issues schools and school districts A to F letter grades.
Student Given 'Most Likely To Become A Terrorist' AwardA school district in the Houston area has disciplined several teachers after a middle school student received a mock award naming her as the 'Most Likely to Become a terrorist.'
Mom Upset After Daughter Fails School's 'Fingertip Test'Stand up straight and put your arms at your sides. Do your fingertips pass the hem of your shorts or skirt? If so, they're too short! Schools relying on the 'fingertip test' would think so, anyway.
More Texas High Schoolers Who Fail Tests Could GraduateMore Texas high schoolers could soon have a chance to graduate without passing all of the state's mandatory tests.
US: Nearly 740,000 Foreigners Overstayed Visas Last Year The U.S. Homeland Security Department says nearly 740,000 foreigners who were supposed to leave the country during a recent 12-month period overstayed their visas.
'Virtual Tutoring' Trades Time In Traffic For Time With KidsUsing laptops and phone lines, tutors connect with students in nine DISD schools through a nonprofit called TutorMate.
Texas Looks To Curb Improper Teacher-Student RelationshipsTexas lawmakers have given final approval to a measure cracking down on inappropriate relationships between teachers and students, sending it to Gov. Greg Abbott.