Political Cartoon Comparing Police To Slave Owners And KKK Removed From Wylie ISD School AssignmentThe assignment involved political cartoons that compared law enforcement to slave owners and the KKK, showing different images of men with their knee on the neck of a black man.
Court Rules Texas School District Can't Make Black Teen Cut DreadlocksA Texas teenager, who was punished over the length of his dreadlocks, won't have to cut his hair to return to school after a federal court ruling.
Colleges And Universities Learn How To Operate During The COVID-19 PandemicMuch like school districts across the country, colleges and universities are also having to navigate the challenges of operating amid COVID-19.
Hacker Sends Threatening Messages To Plano ISD Student During Online Lesson: 'I Didn't Expect That To Happen'Cyber security experts say these types of hacks will keep happening with so many schools forced to make a quick transition to full e-learning this year.
Wylie ISD Reports Positive Coronavirus Cases In 2 Elementary SchoolsWylie ISD notified staff and parents Wednesday of a positive COVID-19 case at both Cox and Birmingham elementary schools.
Recent SMU Graduate Sues University Seeking Partial Tuition Refund After Classes Moved OnlineLuke Hogan's attorneys are seeking to represent thousands of students like him in a class action lawsuit.
First-Year Arlington ISD Science Teacher Says Virtual Lessons 'Going To Be Good, I Just Need The Kids'“My classroom is a bunch of chairs right now. But I just want to be here. It makes me feel a little more normal,” said Jaylee Holland.
Some North Texas Students/Parents Struggling With Virtual Learning As School Year BeginsVirtual learning is proving to be a challenge for some North Texas students, parents and teachers who’ve begun their school year online.
North Texas Couple Creates Homeschool Bootcamp For ParentsWith many parents still uncertain about the upcoming school year, one local mom is helping families explore the option of homeschooling.
'We Wanted To Make Sure It Was Easy': Dallas ISD Distributes Devices Without A Hitch On Day 1Staffers are working to get some 60,000 devices into the hands of students before the start of the new school year, now scheduled for Tuesday, September 8.
Suburban Oklahoma City Student Attended School "Knowingly" Having COVID-19Officials say a suburban Oklahoma City high school student went to school last week despite having COVID-19.
Parents Balancing At Home Schooling And Full-Time Jobs With Virtual Learning PodsWith learning taking place at home instead of the classroom, some parents who work full-time are finding strength in numbers.
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.