Dallas Taxpayers To Vote On Property Tax Increase For School FundingThe DISD board voted Thursday night to put a proposed tax rate increase on the November ballot.
School Bus Drivers Making "Dry Runs" Before Students Head Back To ClassThis morning some students in Fort Worth are already riding the school bus, as drivers leave the depot to practice their routes.
GPISD Superintendent Moving Out Of District-Owned HouseGrand Prairie ISD Superintendent Susan Hull is not just leaving the district-owned home, but she's moving out of the school district.
Dallas Nonprofit Urges Parents To Make After School Plans For KidsAs students head back to class, child advocates are encouraging parents to put a plan in place to make sure they are safe and engaged once the school day ends.
Focus On Nutrition As Students In The DISD Head Back To ClassFour days from now thousands of students in Dallas head back to school and preparations are already underway to make sure they're served healthy, tasty meals.
Fort Worth School Nurses Learning How To 'Stop The Bleed'Students in Fort Worth have a few more days to enjoy their summer vacation. But school nurses on Thursday will be attending class, learning how to 'Stop the Bleed.'
Spacewalkers Flinging Satellites, Installing Bird TrackersSoon after leaving the International Space Station, Russian cosmonaut Sergey Prokopyev released all four research satellites by hand.
North Texas School Districts Criticize TEA's New Rating SystemThe TEA has released letter grades for each public school district in the state. But many North Texas districts were already criticizing the new rating system, even before the ratings were released.
Consumer Justice Fights For Full Report On Spending At Grand Prairie ISDThe 2018-19 school year is about to begin, but huge questions loom over how millions of dollars were spent in the last few years.
Grand Prairie Students 'Shop With A Cop' For School SuppliesIn less than one week, children in Grand Prairie will be heading back to school, and the police department is making sure that students go into their first day of classes with the proper supplies.
Texans Donate Old Turf To High School Flooded By HarveyThe Texans said that they are donating the turf they played on at NRG Stadium last season to C.E. King High School after its field was destroyed in Hurricane Harvey flooding.
North Texas Schools Spending Millions On Security Despite Little Evidence On What WorksThe CBS11 I-Team asked 66 public school districts in the DFW area if they've purchased security equipment in the past year. Fifty-nine districts said "yes."