Fort Worth ISD 'Thinks Outside Box', Recruiting Teachers From Mexico"If they are motivated and passionate about teaching, we want those prospective teachers residing in Mexico City to know FWISD is hiring."
Schools Confront 'Off The Rails' Number Of Failing GradesSchool districts from coast to coast have reported the number of students failing classes has risen by as many as two or three times.
Despite COVID-19 Pandemic, Texas Border Pop-Up School For Young Asylum Seekers ThrivesThe goal was to open an impromptu school where Central American children living in a camp of asylum seekers would be taught reading, writing, math and art... it's now turned into so much more.
Fort Worth Museum Of Science And History Working To Help Young Learners Bridge Educational GapThe Fort Worth Museum of Science and History is operating with limited hours because of COVID-19, but that isn't slowing them down from inspiring young minds through a new program called 'Little Scholars'.
Special Ed. Students Could Get $1,500 In COVID-19 Relief Funds But Parents Say That Fails To Make Up For Student 'Regression'Texas students with disabilities could receive $1,500 from a new state program to help pay for tutoring, therapy and even computer expenses.
Online Learning: Parents Believe Excessive Screen Time Is A ConcernJust weeks into the new school year and concerned parents are already asking: Is it time to take a closer look at what passes for online learning?
Three Questions Texas Parents Should Ask Their Children's TeachersAs North Texas parents tackle this unique school year of virtual and hybrid learning, local education experts say there are some key questions they need to be asking their children's teachers.
Parents, Students Outraged After Dallas ISD School Assignment Lists Kyle Rittenhouse Among Gandhi, Other 'Heroes'A controversial W. T. White High School English assignment is drawing people's ire for asking students to write about a modern-day hero, and including accused Kenosha killer, Kyle Rittenhouse.
Fort Worth ISD Board Affirms Plan To Begin In-Person Instruction Option On October 5During a special board meeting Tuesday evening, the Fort Worth ISD Board of Education affirmed a plan to offer in-person instruction for students.
Dallas ISD Releases Comprehensive Plan For Students, Teachers Returning To Classroom During PandemicThe school district launched with it calls its Reentry Playbook for Parents and Staff.
Coronavirus In Texas: Tarrant County Schools Will Remain Online-Only Until Sept. 28All public and non-religious private schools in Tarrant County, the City of Arlington and the City of Bureleson will conduct the first six weeks of classes online.
Texas Parents Still Struggling With School Plans Despite TEA Guidance"I don't want my children at home. I want them in a structured environment," says Samantha Tisnoi, a Birdville ISD parent.
Texas Education Official Says Schools Will Reopen In The Fall, Some Flexibility OfferedTexas Education Commissioner Mike Morath said Thursday public schools will be open in the fall for on-campus learning but there will be flexibility for parents who want to keep their children at home.
Fort Worth ISD Offering In-Person And Online Classroom Options For New School YearFort Worth ISD is giving parents the option of having their children take part in either in-person or online classes this upcoming school year, the district said Wednesday.
As Part Of 'Operation Connectivity', School Buses Will Bring High-Speed Internet To Dallas ISD FamiliesSeveral Dallas ISD buses will be parked at apartment complexes to serve as mobile hotspots and tech centers for those who need it.