Former Irving ISD Teacher Named SuperintendentMagda Hernandez was named the lone finalist for the position last month. The three-year contract is effective immediately.
First School Bell Of The Year Rings For Dallas ISD StudentsThousands of students in the Dallas Independent School District headed back to class today -- some in new modes of transportation and some to schools with new distinctions.
Irving Music Teacher Accused Of Molesting Child For YearsRegarding contact with a 10-year-old student, Edmund Charles Barrera "had repeatedly touched her genitals through the clothing," Irving Police explained.
Police Investigating Irving ISD Teacher Accused Of Touching Students InappropriatelyAn Irving ISD teacher is on leave after three students accused him of touching them inappropriately at Lee Britain Elementary School.
Irving ISD Educator Denies Sending Controversial 'Crisis Actor' TweetAn Irving ISD employee denies sending a tweet accusing a Florida school shooting survivor of working as a "crisis actor."
MacArthur High School Soccer Player Wins Scholar Athlete HonorSoccer practice at MacArthur High School in Irving was interrupted to surprise Delanie Castor with this month's scholar athlete honor for her achievements in the classroom and on the field.
Dallas ISD Leaders Work On New Plan For School Bus ServiceThere is a daunting task ahead for the Dallas Independent School District (DISD) as leaders work to come up with a plan to get tens of thousands of students to school everyday.
Voters Agree To Oust Dallas County Schools Bus ServiceThe voters have spoken and the troubled agency responsible for getting tens of thousands of students to and from school in Dallas County will be abolished.
Federal Judge Dismisses 'Clock Boy' LawsuitA federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit filed by the father of a Muslim boy arrested after taking a homemade clock to his school.
School Districts: Student Walkouts & Campus Violence Must EndIs it political frustration or an excuse to misbehave? Several North Texas schools are seeing a jump the number of student walkouts and campus violence in recent weeks.
Dallas, Irving School Superintendents Warn Against Further WalkoutsAs the angst and anger of present day national politics spills over into the schools, local leaders have had enough.
Dallas & Fort Worth ISDs Get 'D's From TEA Preliminary ReportThe Texas Education Agency released the grades they have given to each Texas public school and their respective school districts in what the agency is calling a "work in progress" report.