Record-Breaking Pilot Captain Barrington Irving Inspires North Texas STEM Students With 'Flying Classroom'In recognition of Black History Month, Richardson ISD introduced STEM students to a pilot who not only broke records, but barriers in his industry.
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'.
Company Says It Offers Hands-On Educational Enrichment For Virtual LearnersAn innovative company is hoping to provide families an opportunity to balance virtual learning by giving students an opportunity for hands-on educational enrichment that can help bring learning to life for students.
West Mesquite High School Science Teacher Wins $50K For StudentsComputer and Environmental Science teacher Lisa Bagley has won $50,000 for West Mesquite High School for her exemplar work with students.
Southlake Students Make 3D-Printed Protective Face Shields For Fire DepartmentThe idea stemmed from a Clariden high school senior in hopes of keeping his mother protected while at work.
Coronavirus In Texas: 7-Eleven Donates Juice To YMCA Dallas Emergency Childcare ProgramThe Emergency Childcare Program provides support to essential working families (first responders, healthcare professionals, retail and supply chain staff) who do not have a place for their children to go during the workday.
North Texas STEM Camp Encourages Young Girls To Pursue Careers In TechnologyWith research showing there aren't enough girls interested in pursuing careers in the technology field, an IBM summer STEM camp is now encouraging curiosity in middle school-aged girls.
Texas Instruments Joins Non-Profit And 400 Students For STEM EventSome North Texas businesses came together for an event in Richardson in an effort to get more students interested in math and science.
DISD Shows Off Magnet School Students' Talent, Announces Academic PlansThe largest school district in North Texas with some 155,000 students issued its own report card of sorts Friday.
Girls-Only Robotics Team From Young Women’s Leadership Academy Set To BattleOn Thursday, efforts to expose young minds to science, technology, engineering, and math were celebrated across the country.
Fort Worth Museum Of Science And History Mixes It Up During Chemistry WeekThe Fort Worth Museum of Science and History is celebrating National Chemistry week along with handfuls of students from throughout North Texas.
Perots Donate $5M To Expand Access To Perot MuseumThe grant also provides financial aid for field trips, lab-based education programs and outreach experiences for schools.
One-Time 'Hidden Figure' Helping Teens Dream Big In STEM FieldsMaking STEM careers look more like America. That was the end goal of a gathering in Dallas Thursday as local advocates hosted female students from the engineering program at Kimball High.
Fort Worth ISD Starts School Year With New STEM AcademyIn the Fort Worth Independent School District, what's old is new again. The new I. M. Terrell Academy for STEM and Visual and Performing Arts is considered a gem for the district.
Dallas Kids Learning How To Pilot Drones At Summer CampElementary school students in Dallas this week are taking the controls and getting a head start on science learning at drone camp, bringing a lift to the summer doldrums.