Department Of Education Investigating Discrimination At Carroll ISDFederal officials are investigating three allegations of discrimination at Carroll ISD.
Midlothian ISD Closing Schools Friday Due To Traveling Staff, Not Enough SubstitutesStudents will not have to make the day up because the district has enough minutes built into the calendar.
Keller ISD Parents Call On School Board To Remove Sexually Explicit Books Or ResignParents brought signs and openly cheered, as well as booed, those defending and those adamantly opposed to adult-themed books available to Keller ISD students.
Pandemic Progress? Richardson ISD Announces End To Mask MandateCiting a 95% drop in Covid cases in the district since hitting a high at the beginning of the year, RISD school leaders are now looking to reward that pandemic progress.
Collaboration Helps SMU Launch New Supercomputing Research SystemSMU is collaborating with the technology company NVIDIA to boost the university’s high-performance computing system – increasing the current supercomputer memory tenfold.
Gov. Abbott Orders Criminal Investigation Into Porn Or Obscene Content Exposure To Texas StudentsGovernor Greg Abbott sent a letter to the Texas Education Agency directing it to investigate any criminal activity in public schools involving the availability of "pornographic material that serves no educational purpose".
Colleyville Heritage High Principal James Whitfield Announces 'Delayed' ResignationThe principal at the center of a controversy over social media posts and allegations of teaching Critical Race Theory at Heritage High School in Colleyville is leaving the school district.
'I Feel Like The District Has A Responsibility To Listen To Students' Says Frisco ISD Freshman Frustrated Over Rezoning PlansThe problem is Reedy High School, on the city's southwest side, is growing too big, and next fall is at risk from becoming a "6-A" school.
42 Votes Pushes Fort Worth ISD $1.2 Billion 'Proposition A' School Bond Over The TopIt is often said that every vote counts -- on Tuesday in Fort Worth voters proved it. Proposition A, the $1.21 billion Fort Worth ISD bond, passed by just 42 votes.
Fort Worth ISD Vote Too Close To Call On School Buildings, Saying 'No' To Everything Else On $1.5B Bond PackageThe bulk of the money, $115 million meant for improving aging middle schools and building new elementary schools, and late Tuesday night, that proposition was too close to call with 50% for and 50% against.
Gov. Greg Abbott Calls On School Boards Association To Keep 'Pornographic Images' Out Of Texas Public SchoolsGov. Greg Abbott put some pressure on the Texas Association of School Boards Monday, regarding student access to inappropriate content in school libraries, including pornographic images.