Dallas ISD Foreign Language Teacher Sending Students 'Around The World' VirtuallyAkash Patel said he has had the privilege of traveling to more than 50 countries and wishes his students could have the same opportunity.
'Chucks And Pearls': Dallas School Urging Girls To Fashion Big DreamsThe campaign trail combination made famous by Vice President Kamala Harris is now a nationwide effort to show solidarity and strength.
'They Are Going To Be The Next Voters': Dallas ISD Teachers Encouraged Students To Watch Inauguration“As a professor, I like to steer them into acknowledging what’s happening,” said Manuel Benzvi who teaches at Judge Barefoot Sanders Law Magnet School.
Dallas ISD School Uses Virtual Learning To Its Advantage, Gains International TutorsFor a school in Dallas ISD, going virtual hasn't been so bad. In fact, it's gaining educators from across the nation and globe.
Another Round Of Dallas ISD Nurses Roll Up Their Sleeves To Get The COVID-19 VaccineSome nurses in the Dallas Independent School District are set to receive their first dose of the Moderna coronavirus vaccine on January 8.
Dallas ISD Working To Get COVID-19 Vaccinations For Eligible StaffDallas ISD, in partnership Dallas County Health and Human Services and Parkland Hospital, is working to get vaccinations for those in the district who currently qualify.
Updated Guidelines To Keep COVID-19 From Spreading As North Texas Students Head Back To SchoolWhile not much has changed in terms of protocol for area districts, the American Academy of Pediatrics did update its guidance.
Dallas ISD Superintendent Michael Hinojosa Working On Plan For Teachers To Receive COVID-19 VaccineLike all school districts, Dallas ISD has faced their fair share of challenges this past year.
Usual 'Hands On' Approach Not Possible As Dallas Performing Arts School Adjusts During COVID-19 Pandemic“We are usually all together and close, kind of on top of each other, and now we have to be six feet apart,” Booker T. Washington High senior Kennedy Hannible said.
Dallas ISD Launches Rapid Coronavirus Testing For StudentsWith COVID-19 cases surging, some DFW area schools are hoping increased testing will help them curb the spread by identifying who's infected.
North Texas School Districts Make Hard In-Person Education Decisions As COVID-19 Cases SurgeThere are hard decisions being made in Texas and across the nation as COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations spike to record levels, bus drivers and teachers quarantine, students get sick and the holidays loom.
Dallas ISD Students Struggling During Pandemic; District Calls Reading And Math Test Results 'Atrocious'In virtually every grade, the measure of academic progress has dropped and the school district says online learning and high absenteeism is hurting student achievement.
Voters Pass Most Of $3.7 Billion Dallas ISD Bond PackageVoters passed most of the state-record $3.7 billion bond package for Dallas ISD on Election Day to help improve school infrastructure.
$3.7 Billion Bond On The Table For Dallas ISD On Election DayThe largest school bond election ever for the state of Texas is on the ballot on Election Day for those within the boundaries of Dallas ISD. 
Voters To Decide On Record $3.7B Dallas ISD Bond ProposalThe bond would fund improvements for the district from safety and security upgrades, to new technology, as well as existing building renovations, 10 new facilities and 14 replacement schools.