Dallas ISD Teachers Worry About Return To School During Pandemic: 'You Can't Keep Kids Clumped In A Room All Day'Even with temperature checks, face masks, clear acrylic and other measures, some educators say going back to class in a pandemic isn't realistic.
North Texas Teachers Concerned About Returning To Classrooms At Start Of New School YearTeachers in North Texas are voicing their concerns about returning to classrooms at the beginning of the new school year due to COVID-19.
Technology Expansion: McKinney ISD To Issue Macbooks For Students Grades 3-12At their May board meeting, the McKinney ISD Board of Trustees approved an expansion of a technology program to include a laptop for every student in grades 3–12.
Fort Worth ISD Employees Will Continue To Be Paid Through The End Of MayAs most Fort Worth Independent School District employees continue working from home during the COVID-19 crisis, administrators announced they will continue to be paid -- at least until the end of the month.
Dallas County Community Colleges To Continue Online Learning Through Fall SemesterThe Dallas County Community College District has decided to extend remote online learning for most classes through the fall in order to protect students, faculty and staff from COVID-19.
DeSoto ISD Focused On Students' Emotional Health While Learning From HomeWith classrooms closed due to the coronavirus pandemic, educator have had to find new ways to check in on students.
Coronavirus In Texas: Schools Struggle To Safely Get Free Meals To Students In NeedCities big and small quickly ran into problems when food workers, teachers and volunteers became infected or were too scared to report for duty.
Coronavirus In Texas: Dallas ISD Mulls Over Pass/Fail System For Final GradesAt Thursday's Dallas ISD school board meeting it was discussed how final grades will be given.
Now Hiring: Outschool Looking To Hire 3,500 Online TeachersSan Francisco-based Outschool is a company focused on providing a video conferencing platform for students mainly ages 3-18 to learn new skills or lessons.
Dallas ISD Superintendent Michael Hinojosa: 'The Likelihood That We'll Have Regular School This School Year Is Very Doubtful'During a morning press conference Dallas Independent School District Superintendent Michael Hinojosa said, "It looks very unlikely that we'll come back to school this school year."
Arlington School Teachers Deliver Supplies, Support To Students & Multitasking ParentsPantego Christian Academy went on break in March and haven't been able to come back. So teachers formed a sunshine caravan of sorts — delivering textbooks, supplies, support and treats.
Students Relocated After Possible Natural Gas Leak At Boles Junior High School In ArlingtonA potential gas leak led to the relocation of students and staff at Arlington's Boles Junior High School this morning.
Prairie View A&M University Receives $1M For Faculty DevelopmentPrairie View says the funds will help it to identify better ways to recruit and retain faculty and create a center to track scholarly output.
Dallas ISD Aiming To Get Students Back In School, Back To Normalcy SoonA mad dash is underway to get new classrooms ready for thousands of students displaced from tornado-damaged schools in Dallas.
Educators 'Empowered' After TEA Hands Out 2019 GradesIt may be the start of the school year but grades are already in when it comes to school districts and campuses across the state.