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.
Texas Per-Pupil Funding Falls Farther Below National AverageTexas' per-pupil spending continues to fall farther below the national average. Data shows state spending per K-12 student declined by an average of $143 from the 2015-2016 school y
Retired Texas Teachers Worried Health Care Costs Will SkyrocketJudy Bryant was a school teacher for 32 years and retired from Dallas ISD 11 years ago. Now, she's worried health care costs will give her a serious math problem.
Texas Teachers Rally Against School Choice BillHundreds of teachers from North Texas traveled to the State Capitol Monday to rally against state-funded education savings accounts.
Texas Teachers In Austin To Lobby LawmakersTeachers from across Texas spent the first day of their Spring Break lobbying lawmakers in Austin.
Texas Woman's University Helps Meet Demand For Bilingual TeachersTWU received $2.2 million for a project to improve instruction for Spanish-speaking English language learners in North Texas dual language elementary schools.
Number Of Teacher/Student Sexual Relationships Increasing In TexasThe number of sexual relationships between teachers and students continues to rise in Texas and the Texas Education Agency is, in part, blaming social media.
More Teachers Turn To Crowdfunding For SuppliesPaper? Pencils? Laptops? Robots? Teachers across the country are increasingly relying on crowdfunding to stock their classrooms with both mundane and sometimes big-ticket education items.
FWISD Leader Excited About Today & Planning For The FutureThe FWISD Superintendent was on hand today to greet parents and children as they arrived for the first day of school at the new, aboveground Washington Heights Elementary School.
Students Returning To Shields Elementary After Devastating TwisterBack-to-school takes on a whole new meaning at one school in the Red Oak ISD. After a devastating tornado nearly took out Shield Elementary, students are about to return to the campus for the first time.
North Texas Resource Officers Give Back-To-School AdviceNorth Texas students, teachers and staff are heading back to school. Even if you don’t fall into one of the aforementioned groups, the influx of people and traffic will probably have some impact on your life.
Students, Teachers In Red Oak Prepare To Head Back To SchoolSchool bells will soon be ringing and one week from today many students across North Texas will head back to the classroom. But youngsters aren’t the only ones preparing for the big day -- teachers are getting ready too!