Aledo Residents Shed Tears, Share Shock Over Students' Mock 'Online Slave Trade'Aledo ISD said it learned of an incident with students from the Daniel Ninth Grade Campus involving racial harassment and cyberbullying several weeks ago.
Dallas ISD To Focus On Mental Health After Year Of 'A Lot Of Adjustments'In an effort to reach a wider audience, the district’s mental health department is hosting t its first ever Mental Health Matters Symposium on Saturday, May 1.
Virtual Learning May Remain An Option At Some North Texas School DistrictsAfter a challenging school year, area districts are navigating their way back to normal, but some are asking what normal should now look like.
Dallas ISD Urging Graduating Seniors To 'Finish Strong'Across Dallas ISD on Monday, high schools launched an effort called, "Finish Strong," encouraging seniors to return to campus for the year's final quarter.
Crunch Time For Dallas ISD Seniors In Danger Of Not GraduatingIt's crunch time for seniors in Dallas ISD. Too many are in danger of not graduating -- and it's not all academic.
'Learning To Embrace Their Dreams,' Dallas ISD Military-Inspired Program Teaches Discipline And RespectPutting students through a military-inspired program is a unique thing one Dallas ISD school is doing to improve behavior and grades.
Schools Across Texas Suspend Online STAAR Testing After Continued Technical DifficultiesSo many school districts across the state experienced technical difficulties while trying to have students access or complete the online STAAR exam that the Texas Education Agency (TEA) has advised schools to suspend testing for April 6.
STAAR Testing Returns But With Big ChangesThe COVID-19 pandemic won't put a pause on standardized testing this year. STAAR testing begins next week in school districts across the state.
Future Of Keller High Indians Mascot To Be Discussed At Monday Night School Board MeetingOpponents of the Keller High School Indians say they hope it means the beginning of the end of their five-year fight for change.
'Broadband Access Is No Longer A Luxury': Gov. Greg Abbott Calls On Legislature To Get All Texans AccessDuring his State of the State address in February, the Governor named broadband access as an emergency item for the 87th legislative session.
Termination Of Former Fort Worth ISD Teacher Georgia Clark Upheld By District CourtTrustees voted in September 2019 to terminate the Carter-Riverside High School teacher who had used social media to ask that some of her students be deported.
CDC Changes School Guidance, Says Students Can Sit Closer At DesksStudents can sit just 3 feet apart in the classroom as long as they wear masks but should be kept the usual 6 feet away from one another at sporting events, assemblies, lunch or chorus practice, the CDC said Friday.
US To Erase $1 Billion In Debt For Students Scammed By For-Profit CollegesTens of thousands of U.S. student loan borrowers defrauded by for-profit colleges are getting debt relief.
Plano ISD Says Action Taken In Wake Of Race-Based Bullying Against Middle School StudentPlano ISD announced Tuesday, disciplinary action has been taken two weeks after an extreme case of bullying at an off-campus sleepover.
Cuban, Dirk, Heroes Foundations Team Up To Feed Students & Families Over Spring BreakSeveral charitable organizations in Dallas, including ones started by Mark Cuban and Dirk Nowitzki, are teaming up to help students and families in need over the upcoming spring break.