Texas Woman Inspires Kids As High School Football CoachDesiree Allen is in her third year as an assistant coach with the North Dallas High School football team, and she will not apologize for breaking barriers and tackling a place in a man's world.
Parking Still A Problem For H.P. Middle School TeachersParking woes for teachers at Highland Park Middle school continue as construction on the school is making faculty parking a sport.
Texas Architects Designing Schools With High-Tech SecurityMost adults’ memories of school safety measures are limited to walking single file down a hallway during the occasional fire drill. Today, security begins with the very design of a school’s campus.
Highland Park ISD Asks Neighbors To Lend Teachers Their DrivewaysThe district came up with a controversial solution that involves asking residents to let a teacher borrow their driveway for the entire school year.
Dallas ISD Struggling With Staff Turnover At Some SchoolsSeveral resignations within the Dallas ISD are serving to highlight its struggle with staff turnover. "I think it'd be nice if we could find someone who could stay for a while," said parent Lori Kirkpatrick.
Plano Students, Teachers Bringing Back Real World Experience To ClassroomAt Plano's Regal Research and Manufacturing Company engineering students like 16-year-old Hunter Helms aren't likely to get bored easily.
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.'
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.