$1M Donation With Go Toward Rebuilding Tornado-Damaged Dallas ISD Schools 1 Year LaterTuesday, October 20, marks one year since a tornado outbreak in North Texas left homes, businesses and schools in ruins.
'The Fear Is Worse Than This Pandemic': Highland Park Parents Upset With Schools' Handling Of COVID-19"Our children are sitting behind fogged-out Plexiglass. There are literally blinders on the sides," said Highland Park mom Amanda Nobles.
Dallas ISD School Set To Reopen Monday After Shutting Down 3 Days Due To Staff Coronavirus CasesThe approximately 650 students who attend classes there took part in in-person learning Wednesday through Friday.
Education Secretary Betsy DeVos Calls For In-Person Learning 'As Much As Possible' During Garland Charter School VisitShe spoke to students, parents and educators about the challenges they’re currently facing during the coronavirus pandemic and how they’re addressing them.
Online Learning: Parents Believe Excessive Screen Time Is A ConcernJust weeks into the new school year and concerned parents are already asking: Is it time to take a closer look at what passes for online learning?
Dallas ISD Looking To Combat The 'COVID Slide'Students across North Texas have returned to classrooms, but a clearer picture of the academic impact of the months they were away is starting to emerge.
'Speak Up!' — 'Sesame Street' Tackles Racism In TV SpecialThe special defines racism and shows how it can be hurtful. It urges children who encounter racism or hear someone else be the victim of it to call it out.
Texas Prof Says 'It's Like Playing God,' Female Scientists Win Nobel Chemistry Prize For Gene-Editing ToolThe Nobel Prize in chemistry went to two researchers Wednesday for a gene-editing tool that has revolutionized science by providing a way to alter DNA, the code of life.
Effort Underway At Dallas ISD To Diversify Teaching PopulationThere’s an effort underway to diversify Dallas ISD’s teaching population. The district wants to make sure its teachers accurately represent the students they serve.
2 Biggest Universities In Oklahoma Delay Start Of Spring Classes & Cancel Spring Break Due To COVID-19The two largest universities in the state of Oklahoma have announced that they are delaying the start of the spring semester and canceling spring break because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Prosper ISD Closes Elementary School Campus After Coronavirus OutbreakAdministrators with the Prosper Independent School District have confirmed they have closed an elementary school campus because of a recent increase in COVID-19 cases.
Hundreds Of Texas Teachers Pledge Not To Return To Classroom MondayHundreds of teachers in the Austin Independent School District have pledged not to return to classrooms Monday when schools reopen for in-person learning for up to 25% of its students.
Dallas ISD Back-To-School Plan Faces Major Test MondayIn order to accommodate the roughly 90,000 students expected to return for face-to -face instruction, high schools will have a hybrid learning model.
Cedar Hill ISD Recognizes Eva Hernandez During National Custodial Worker's DayIt's National Custodial Worker's Recognition Day and one North Texas school district didn't have to think long about the person worthy of some accolades -- Eva Hernandez.
Black Cheerleader Says Police Stormed Her Stephen F. Austin Dorm Room In Texas After Students Made False ClaimPolice at Stephen F. Austin State University in Nacogdoches are investigating after a Black cheerleader says police stormed into her dorm room with guns drawn after receiving a false report.