Texas Rangers To Honor Teachers, Healthcare Workers, Other 'Unsung Heroes' During Pandemic Through Baseball FoundationTwo initiatives highlighted during the month-long series will recognize heroes who have impacted their local community during the COVID-19 pandemic.
COVID In The Classroom: Need To Connect In-Person, Not Online A Struggle For Many Parents And KidsAs parents struggle to keep students safe and learning, virtual instruction has become another COVID-created necessity. And yet, the format just isn't a good fit for everyone -- starting with the parents.
Dallas ISD Launches $20M Mass Technology Deployment For Elementary Students On MondayStarting Monday, Dallas ISD will begin its mass technology deployment of more than 60,000 devices to elementary students.
'This Is Different Than I Imagined': Arlington First-Year Teachers To Start Careers VirtuallyJaylee Holland, Achante Reynolds and Anna Donnell are all first-year teachers in Arlington ISD.
Texas Summer Camps' Coronavirus Containment Could Serve As Example For SchoolsSky Ranch dealt with a series of COVID -19 cases this year, but the camp's president believes the rules put in place helped.
Adjustments Made After Too Many Rockwall ISD Families Choose In-Person Learning For Their KidsThe families of 68% of Rockwall ISD students have chosen to have them go back to the classroom. That's too many to meet social distancing guidelines.
Johnson County Taking Precautions Against COVID-19 Ahead Of New School YearFor the first time since March, Monday night is a school night for hundreds of students in Johnson County.
Texas AG Ken Paxton Again Stressing That There Is No Statewide School Shutdown Order In PlaceOne day after sending a letter saying that health authorities can't issue 'blanket orders' closing schools because of the COVID-19 pandemic, on Wednesday Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton released a statement clarifying that there is no statewide shutdown order in effect.
Some North Texas Families Rally At School Districts To Re-Open ClassroomsSome North Texas families are organizing rallies in an effort to pressure school districts to re-open during the coronavirus pandemic.
Direction Arrows, Plastic Barriers... What Will In-Person Learning Look Like In Corona Times?When North Texas schools reopen for in-person learning, most classrooms will have a new look to them. But what will that look like exactly?
Bridging The Gap: Old School Bus Turned Mobile Learning Lab Rolls Out In DallasAn old school bus turned into a mobile learning lab and hotspot is bridging the gap for communities needing better access to Wi-Fi and educational resources such as on-board tutors.
Dallas ISD Releases Comprehensive Plan For Students, Teachers Returning To Classroom During PandemicThe school district launched with it calls its Reentry Playbook for Parents and Staff.
Arlington ISD Superintendent Calls Beginning School Year With At-Home Learning 'A Responsible Way Of Moving Forward'Dr. Marcelo Cavazos said the decision to postpone face-to-face instruction until the end of September came from the advice of health authorities.
Coronavirus In Texas: Tarrant County Schools Will Remain Online-Only Until Sept. 28All public and non-religious private schools in Tarrant County, the City of Arlington and the City of Bureleson will conduct the first six weeks of classes online.
North Texas Teacher Writes Will As She Prepares For New School Year During COVID-19 PandemicMary Strickland has been teaching middle school for 22 years and she loves it. But the sign outside her Fort Worth home describes how she feels about going back: TERRIFIED.