Students Begin Enrolling In Garland ISD's New Parent-Led Remote Learning OptionThe district says the parent-led option will be a short-term program it will re-evaluate in six weeks to see if it should continue longer than that.
UT Arlington Plans To Limit Classroom Capacity For First 2 Weeks Of Fall SemesterThe plan is for students to attend class remotely some days and in person other days, to keep classroom capacity at 50% of below.
North Texas School Districts Make Hard In-Person Education Decisions As COVID-19 Cases SurgeThere are hard decisions being made in Texas and across the nation as COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations spike to record levels, bus drivers and teachers quarantine, students get sick and the holidays loom.
Keller ISD's Fossil Ridge High School Transitioning To Remote Learning For 14 DaysThe move is the result of a high number of employees out due to having close contact with someone who tested positive for COVID-19.
Keller ISD Parents, Students Face Challenges On First Day Back To SchoolWednesday was the first day of school for Keller ISD, both in person and remotely. Parents and students said there were challenges for both.
North Texas School Districts Working To Handle Tech Issues For Thousands Of Students While Remote LearningNorth Texas school districts are having to prepare for everything from network outages to malicious hacking incidents while remote learning.
Texas Education Agency Issues Guidelines For Reopening Schools During Coronavirus PandemicThe TEA said parents and teachers should expect to see some campuses close for brief periods during the upcoming school year, due to COVID-19 infections.
TCU Professor Asked To Teach Remotely Due To Daughter's High-Risk Condition But Says He Was DeniedA TCU professor asked if he could teach remotely during the COVID-19 pandemic due to his 2-year-old daughter's high-risk health condition. But he said he was denied.
Dallas County Community Colleges To Continue Online Learning Through Fall SemesterThe Dallas County Community College District has decided to extend remote online learning for most classes through the fall in order to protect students, faculty and staff from COVID-19.