Among the people now released from quarantine for Ebola concerns are eight students who started returning to classes in Dallas this week.
Many school districts across North Texas are doing their part to keep Ebola off of their campuses.
The risk of catching infectious diseases is a danger nurses know well. CBS 11 News spent Tuesday talking to current and future nurses about the risks posed by their chosen career.
There are few issues in Frisco that will get people more upset than redrawn school boundaries. A new proposal, dropped in front of parents Monday evening, is sending shock-waves through some homes.
A new study found every single student in Dallas and Rockwall Counties is at risk of exposure to chemical disaster. Researchers call it a major threat to our children, that went unnoticed until the West Fertilizer Plant explosion.
Five students from five campuses in the Dallas ISD will not be attending class on Thursday because they are under observation after a possible exposure to the Ebola virus.
A fund that Texas uses to buy instructional materials and cover some local school district costs is now worth nearly $38 billion, officials announced on Tuesday.
Highland Park students completing work on their summer reading assignment were well aware of the discussion of which books high-schoolers in the district could read.
Drivers, this is your warning. In just a matter of days a second North Texas city will start ticketing and fining drivers caught on camera blowing past stopped school buses.
Brian Friedrichs of Grapevine High School is a star both on the football field and in the classroom, and he was awarded with a scholarship for his leadership skills.
There are more than more than 5,000 homeless children in school systems in Dallas, Fort Worth, Richardson and more.
The Arlington Independent School District is shaking up their classrooms just four weeks into the new school year. Dozens of teachers across the district are switching grade levels or even campuses, and parents are not happy about the moves.