Dallas ISD To Start New School That Mixes Learning In Classroom And OnlineWhat could be the prototype for the future of public education will open this fall inside a nearly 100-year-old building currently sitting vacant in Uptown.
Dallas ISD On The Ready To Vaccinate Students For COVID-19One more step to go before it is official. Pfizer COVID vaccines could soon be administered to children as young as 12 in North Texas.
Texas Teacher Faith Simon Recognized As Educators Are Honored During 'Teacher Appreciation Week'We celebrate "Teacher Appreciation Week" by recognizing local teachers who go above and beyond for their students like Faith Simon, who teaches biology at Polytechnic High School in the Fort Worth ISD.
Arlington Special Education Teacher Awarded $5,000 For Classroom On National Teacher Appreciation DayApplauding third grade special education teacher, Candice Keller was the focus of the day at John Webb Elementary in Arlington ISD.
Garland ISD Opens Enrollment To Students Living Outside School BoundariesThe Garland ISD is making an offer to North Texas families that it never has before. It's giving students the opportunity to enroll in the district -- even if they don't live within its boundaries.
Bill Inspired By El Paso Massacre Aims To Better Prepare Texas 6th Graders For Online WorldIt would require the state’s sixth grade social studies curriculum to include lessons on digital ethics, etiquette, and safety.
Texas Leaders Announce Release Of $11.2B In Federal Funding For Public SchoolsThese one-time funds are intended to support a comprehensive learning recovery effort in Texas over the next three years.
Texas Schools Still Waiting For State To Distribute Billions In Federal Stimulus"I can't see what the problem is. Over 40 states have already figured out how to get this funding to our school children," says Denton ISD Supt. Jamie Wilson.
Nonprofit Selects Dallas, Garland And Cedar Hill ISDs For $18 Million Leadership InitiativeThe nonprofit founded by HEB Chairman Charles Butt is an educational leadership institute that supports student achievement, by first helping districts grow great leaders-- from central staff to principals.
Greenville ISD Teacher Who Put Foot On Student's Neck For Photo Resigns As Board Was To Consider TerminationIn a statement, Greenville ISD said it accepted the teacher's resignation, effective immediately, after the image provoked "outrage in the community."
Graduating North Texas High School Seniors Celebrate Their Futures At Globe Life FieldGlobe Life Field in Arlington had more than 3,500 people in attendance to hear how nearly 1,000 seniors plan to continue life after high school.
Frisco ISD Making Plans To Launch Permanent Virtual School Beginning With The 2021-22 School YearThe Frisco Independent School District plans to offer permanent, full-time virtual learning to students starting in the 2021-22 school year.
Texas Democrats In Congress Say It's 'Unacceptable' Gov. Abbott Hasn't Released Billions In Stimulus For Public EducationThey want action and are asking the U.S. Department of Education to step in.
Aledo Residents Shed Tears, Share Shock Over Students' Mock 'Online Slave Trade'Aledo ISD said it learned of an incident with students from the Daniel Ninth Grade Campus involving racial harassment and cyberbullying several weeks ago.
Dallas ISD To Focus On Mental Health After Year Of 'A Lot Of Adjustments'In an effort to reach a wider audience, the district’s mental health department is hosting t its first ever Mental Health Matters Symposium on Saturday, May 1.