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.
Reports: Texas Education Agency Will Not Take State Funding From Schools That Offer All-Virtual ClassesThe Texas Education Agency will reportedly allow public health officials to keep schools closed for in-person instruction this fall due to the coronavirus pandemic without the campuses risking losing state funding.
University Of Texas Will Hold In Person Classes On Austin Campus In The FallWhile some universities across the country have canceled in-person instruction for the fall semester, officials at the University of Texas say students will return to campus.
Fort Worth ISD Students Get Digital Education Access, As Thousands Of Chromebooks Are DistributedAs students continue their virtual education during the coronavirus pandemic, the Fort Worth Independent School District is helping more young people with digital access.
Returning After COVID-19, Dallas County Community Colleges Will Continue Virtual Classes Through FallWith its 140,000 students already living at home -- Dallas County Community College leaders decide the safest path is to have them continue to learn there, as well.
Cyber Attack On Fort Worth ISD Should Not Impact Online Learning During CoronavirusMost of the online curriculum the district will be encouraging students to use comes from outside vendors.