Texas School District Spreads The Wealth, Gives $500 To EmployeesChristmas came early for staff members in what was a well-organized, carefully guarded surprise that took place, all at the same time, across the Royse City ISD.
At Least 19 Sick From Chemical Fumes At Central Texas SchoolAuthorities say at least 19 students and staff reported feeling sick from apparent chemical-related fumes during maintenance at a Central Texas school.
Idaho Teachers Criticized For Dressing As Border Wall, Mexican Stereotypes For HalloweenPhotos of Idaho school teachers dressed as a border wall and Mexican stereotypes are going viral online.
Teacher: I Was Fired Over 'No Zeros' Grading Policy For Kids Who Didn't Do HomeworkA teacher in Florida says she was fired for refusing to give students grades on homework that wasn't turned in.
Texas School Closed After Social Media Threat DiscoveredA Texas school district is closed after a threat was made against the district on social media.
Health Officials Confirm Additional Mumps Cases At TCUTarrant County Public Health confirms there are more mumps cases at Texas Christian University.
Polytechnic High School On Lockdown; Unauthorized Juveniles In CustodyPolytechnic High School was on lockdown Tuesday morning after several unauthorized school aged males entered the building, according to Fort Worth ISD.
Study: Teachers' Professional Pay Gap At A Record HighThanks to years of eroding pay for teachers, educators now earn 11.1 percent less than comparable professionals.
Abbott In Dallas Discusses School Safety, Teacher WagesGov. Greg Abbott was in Dallas on Tuesday to hold his second of two statewide round table discussions, talking to teachers about campus safety, wage increases and other topics.
North Texas School Districts Criticize TEA's New Rating SystemThe TEA has released letter grades for each public school district in the state. But many North Texas districts were already criticizing the new rating system, even before the ratings were released.
Court's Ruling Hits Teachers Unions, But How Hard Is UnclearTeachers unions are hoping that recent grass-roots protests over pay and working conditions will blunt the impact of a U.S. Supreme Court ruling on union fees.
GOP Incumbents Ousted In Oklahoma Amid Teacher ChallengesAt least six Republican incumbents were bounced from office during Oklahoma's primary election, including several who were targeted by pro-education groups.