DeSoto ISD School Board Cuts 98 Positions To Make Up Budget DeficitDozens of North Texas teachers are out of a job this morning. Their positions in DeSoto Independent School District were cut to make up a school budget deficit.
Facing Massive Budget Cuts, DeSoto ISD To Give Employees More Time To Decide On RetirementDeSoto ISD is delaying a decision to eliminate up to 277 jobs in order to give employees more time to decide whether they want to retire or resign, according to a district spokeswoman.
Former Irving ISD Teacher Named SuperintendentMagda Hernandez was named the lone finalist for the position last month. The three-year contract is effective immediately.
Fort Worth ISD Superintendent Gets Contract ExtensionUnder the new agreement, Dr. Kent Scribner's contract will now expire on December 31, 2023.
Carroll ISD Creates Diversity Training Plan In Response To Racist Student VideoStudents used the n-word repeatedly in the video made off campus.
Families Blast Grand Prairie ISD School Board At Budget HearingA public hearing about the Grand Prairie ISD's budget turned into a lively discussion about the district’s special education program.
GPISD Superintendent Moving Out Of District-Owned HouseGrand Prairie ISD Superintendent Susan Hull is not just leaving the district-owned home, but she's moving out of the school district.
GPISD Superintendent May Move Out Of Home And DistrictA memo from GPISD school board president Burke Hall recommends deleting two items from Hull’s contract.
Following The Money: Questions Surround Grand Prairie ISD VendorAn investigation into spending at Grand Prairie ISD led Consumer Justice to a legal case involving the husband of Superintendent Susan Hull.
Report: Taxpayer Money Spent On Superintendent Home Renovations Without Board ApprovalThe investigation began after questions were raised about the superintendent’s home, which is owned by Grand Prairie ISD.
Grand Prairie ISD Board Clashes Over 'Heavily-Redacted' Report On SuperintendentThe school board voted to release ten pages of a report, but one board member said it's not nearly enough.