Dallas Teachers Union Frustrated By 'Lack Of Information' On Safely Plan Going Back To Classroom During PandemicReady or not the new school year gets underway in a little more than a month in North Texas.
Dallas ISD Teachers Worry About Return To School During Pandemic: 'You Can't Keep Kids Clumped In A Room All Day'Even with temperature checks, face masks, clear acrylic and other measures, some educators say going back to class in a pandemic isn't realistic.
Texas Teachers Preparing For Unprecedented Challenges During Coronavirus PandemicAs the fall semester approaches, DISD 9th grade teacher Jada Weathers is getting ready for new challenges knowing there will be plenty of them.
North Texas Teachers Concerned About Returning To Classrooms At Start Of New School YearTeachers in North Texas are voicing their concerns about returning to classrooms at the beginning of the new school year due to COVID-19.
North Texas School Districts Developing Back-To-School Plans: 'We're Going To Get Creative'CBS 11 spoke with two experts, Dallas County Health and Human Services Director Dr. Philip Huang and epidemiologist Dr. Diana Cervantes.
As Part Of 'Operation Connectivity', School Buses Will Bring High-Speed Internet To Dallas ISD FamiliesSeveral Dallas ISD buses will be parked at apartment complexes to serve as mobile hotspots and tech centers for those who need it.
Dallas ISD Superintendent Michael Hinojosa Says Defunding Police Department Is Not The AnswerFive advocacy groups are calling on Dallas ISD to defund its police department and use the money saved to pay for more counselors and social workers.
Veteran Dallas ISD Police Officer Leaves ICU After 66 Days Battling COVID-19Cheers and smiles took over once concerned faces Tuesday morning as Sgt. Vincente Remediz left Methodist Mansfield Medical Center.
Dallas ISD Principal Drives 1,300 Miles To Deliver Diploma Covers To All His Graduating SeniorsBooker T. Washington High School Principal Dr. Scott Rudes has made it his mission to personally deliver diploma covers to all of his graduates.
Ones For Texas: Dallas ISD Teacher Uses Characters During Online InstructionA Dallas ISD teacher is teaching her second grade class while dressed up as different characters in order to bring lessons to life.
Free Milk! Dallas Mayor Partners With Borden Dairy To Help Those In NeedDallas Mayor Eric Johnson announced the launch of the Mayor’s Milk Initiative to distribute thousands of gallons of milk to Dallas residents in need during the coronavirus pandemic.
'They're Like My Kids': Dallas ISD Teacher Sends Handwritten Letters To Her StudentsOne Dallas ISD teacher is making the year even more memorable for her students by sending them handwritten letters while they remain at home.
Dallas ISD Students Protest Virtual Graduations In Front Of Admin BuildingDallas ISD students voiced their frustrations Wednesday afternoon over the district's decision to move ahead with virtual graduations for its Class of 2020.
Some Dallas ISD 2020 Seniors Prepare To Fight For In-Person Graduation CeremoniesA traditional graduation ceremony is a milestone some local high school seniors may never experience, after a decision by the Dallas Independent School District not to hold in-person celebrations this year.
Dallas ISD Students Want In-Person Graduation: 'I'm Going To Fight For It, I Deserve It'Alyssa Rodriguez has been looking forward to graduating high school and getting her diploma walking across the stage since Day 1 in high school.