COVID In The Classroom: Need To Connect In-Person, Not Online A Struggle For Many Parents And KidsAs parents struggle to keep students safe and learning, virtual instruction has become another COVID-created necessity. And yet, the format just isn't a good fit for everyone -- starting with the parents.
Dallas ISD Launches $20M Mass Technology Deployment For Elementary Students On MondayStarting Monday, Dallas ISD will begin its mass technology deployment of more than 60,000 devices to elementary students.
Approximately Half Of Wylie ISD Students Return To Classroom ThursdayParents had the option of sending their kids to back school or signing them up for remote learning due to the coronavirus pandemic.
DeSoto ISD Modifies Reopening Plan, Will Delay In-Person Instruction And Open With Virtual Classes OnlyIt was late last month when the DeSoto ISD school board approved a plan to return students to campuses -- now the district has modified that adjusted reopening plan to delay in-person teaching.
Mansfield ISD Still Delivering Devices To Students; Online Learning Began WednesdayDirect deliveries are expected to continue daily, but could take until the beginning of next week to complete.
Texas Parents Considering Nannies To Help With Kids' Online Learning During PandemicA growing concern for working parents has become whether to hire outside help to look after their kids who are taking classes virtually.
Prosper ISD Welcomes Back Students, More Than 30% Opt Out Of In-Person LearningWednesday was the first day of school for Prosper ISD and the district reports 61% of elementary and 67% of secondary students participated in in-person learning.
Texas Parents' Interest In Homeschooling 'Explodes' During COVID-19 PandemicParents across the country are preparing to help their children with virtual or distance learning, but a small and quickly growing number are deciding to take matters into their own hands and begin homeschooling.
'I'm Afraid They Are Going To End Up Failing': Many Texas Students Head To Class Online Without Reliable Internet ConnectionAt 42%, Dallas has the worst connection rate among the ten largest cities in the country.
Coronavirus Forces 'Urban Boarding Experience' For Dallas ISD Students To Do MoreLaunching with grades 3 and 4, selected students attend their neighborhood schools, but live on the At Last! campus during the week.
Arlington ISD Announces Community Eligibility Provision Plans For Upcoming School YearThe new approach reduces burdens for families and school administrators and helps ensure that students receive nutritious meals.
Mansfield ISD Device Pickup Resumes, After Weekend Disaster Had Some Waiting In Line For 9 HoursToday families in the Mansfield Independent School District will have another chance to pickup Chromebooks, iPads, and other digital devices for students, after major headaches this past weekend.
Tarrant County Releases New Guidance For Schools Reopening Saying 'Virtual Learning' Is SafestTo prevent the spread of COVID-19 in schools resulting in repeated cycles of opening and closing, TCPH supports the opening of schools for virtual learning.
Fort Worth Medical Students Help Area Kids With Back-To-School Supplies DriveMedical students from the TCU and UNTHSC School of Medicine have started a Back to School Supplies Drive to collect and donate school supplies for children in the Fort Worth area.
2nd COVID-19 Case At 2nd Wylie ISD School Confirmed In Last 2 DaysWylie ISD confirmed on Thursday night a case of COVID-19 has been reported at Draper Intermediate School.