Many Texas Teachers Earning $5K More This School YearThe pay raises are part of a $1.1 billion annual investment in additional compensation that started last year for Texas teachers, counselors, librarians and school nurses.
'Life And Death Are At Stake Here': Dallas ISD Teachers Union Calling For Return To 100% Virtual Learning“Social distancing is a joke on many of our campuses,” said Rena Honea, President of Alliance AFT, the DISD teachers’ union.
5,000 Donated Masks Headed To South Dallas Students, Teachers And Community: 'Masking Up Is Critical'"These masks are much appreciated and will help students and educators who are most in need during this incredibly difficult school year," Dallas ISD trustee Pastor Maxie Johnson said.
Dallas Teachers On Mission To Get New Shoes On Needy Students' FeetA small fundraiser started by a pair of Dallas educators with a passion for sneakers has grown into a nonprofit now preparing to provide hundreds of Dallas area students with new shoes.
9 Weeks In, Anna ISD Drops Online Learning, Face-To-Face Instruction Returns Nov. 3After offering nine weeks of online learning, the Anna ISD Board of Trustees approved the administrative recommendation to suspend at-home learning.
'The Fear Is Worse Than This Pandemic': Highland Park Parents Upset With Schools' Handling Of COVID-19"Our children are sitting behind fogged-out Plexiglass. There are literally blinders on the sides," said Highland Park mom Amanda Nobles.
Prosper ISD Closes Elementary School Campus After Coronavirus OutbreakAdministrators with the Prosper Independent School District have confirmed they have closed an elementary school campus because of a recent increase in COVID-19 cases.
Hundreds Of Texas Teachers Pledge Not To Return To Classroom MondayHundreds of teachers in the Austin Independent School District have pledged not to return to classrooms Monday when schools reopen for in-person learning for up to 25% of its students.
Three Questions Texas Parents Should Ask Their Children's TeachersAs North Texas parents tackle this unique school year of virtual and hybrid learning, local education experts say there are some key questions they need to be asking their children's teachers.
Dallas Teachers Helping Students Succeed In One Of Area's Most Impoverished NeighborhoodsThey titled the course, “From Da Hood 2 Harvard" and asked current and former students and their families to sign up for the class.
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.
Twitter Data Suggests Texans Dislike Online Classes More Than People In Any Other StateAn education review site tracked 90,000 tweets with phrases such as "I hate online classes," or "I hate virtual classes," etc.
School Lunch Provider Serves 100M+ Meals Across The Country During QuarantineSchools around the country, and here in North Texas, are working to ensure children have access to nutritious meals whether they are leaning virtually or in a classroom.
Fort Worth ISD Students Have Different Online Learning Experiences On First Day BackThe morning started off with a Facebook post by the district that their website was failing to load, but that it wouldn’t impact its learning platforms.
In-Person Learning Begins For Youngest In Richardson ISDRISD officials said for this first grading period, 53% of students have opted to go in-person and 47% will stay virtual.