DeSoto ISD Looks To Combat Criticism Over Questionable Spending With DocumentaryThe film is called, "DeSoto Rising." The purpose, district leaders say, is to answer the question, "How did the district get here?"
Texas District Lays Off More Than 100 Amid Financial CrisisA Houston-area school district has laid off more than 100 assistant principals, teachers and other employees to resolve a financial crisis.
Texas School Closed After Social Media Threat DiscoveredA Texas school district is closed after a threat was made against the district on social media.
School District Pays $10,000 Bitcoin Ransom After CyberattackA Massachusetts school district was waiting Friday for its computer system to be "unlocked" after it paid a $10,000 bitcoin ransom to hackers following a cyberattack on its system.
DISD Plan Moves Headquarters To High-Rise In 2017This morning the superintendent of the Dallas Independent School District made a major announcement, possibly affecting thousands of employees and costing millions of dollars.
Norovirus Outbreak Reaches Celina ISDThe district says the elementary campus has been hit especially hard.
Richardson Homeowners Worry About School District's Plan For Vacant LotNoise, traffic, health problems. They are all fears Richardson homeowners have about the school district's plan to develop a vacant lot.
September Arguments Set For Texas School Finance CaseThe Texas Supreme Court has set a September 1 date to hear the massive school finance case that has entangled the Legislature and hundreds of school districts for several years.
School Cop Accused Of Demanding To Smell Woman's SocksA Texas school district police officer has been charged with misdemeanor official oppression after he was accused of demanding to smell the socks and underwear of a woman he had stopped.
Start Of A New Trend? Florida School District Opts Out Of State TestsAfter a Florida school district votes to opt out of state standardized testing, parents question if it could happen in Texas.
Districts Debate Merits Of Master's For Teachers Efforts to eliminate extra pay for teachers who earn advanced degrees are gaining momentum in a small but growing number of U.S. schools.