Dallas ISD Students Struggling During Pandemic; District Calls Reading And Math Test Results 'Atrocious'In virtually every grade, the measure of academic progress has dropped and the school district says online learning and high absenteeism is hurting student achievement.
North Texas School District Shuts Down Buses After Transportation Workers Test Positive For CoronavirusAssistant Superintendent Dr. Felicia Donaldson said in a letter to EISD parents, school bus routes will not resume until Monday, November 9.
'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.
Dallas ISD Says In-Person And Virtual Learning Will Remain Options During 'Current COVID-19 Environment'"We remain committed to following the recommended safety protocols, including social distancing, wearing masks, hand washing, and sanitizing classrooms and facilities," the school district said.
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.
Dallas ISD Looking To Combat The 'COVID Slide'Students across North Texas have returned to classrooms, but a clearer picture of the academic impact of the months they were away is starting to emerge.
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.
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. 
More North Texas School Districts Say It's Time For Struggling Students To Come Back To CampusCiting failing students and burned-out teachers, Texas school districts are beginning to abandon plans to provide virtual instruction alongside traditional school classes.
Failing Students In Godley ISD Required To Return To Campus For Face-To-Face LearningThe school district said the virtual students who have been successful academically can continue to take classes from home.
Free Online Math Study Tools Help Students Combat 'COVID Slide'Education experts are worried about a possible 'COVID slide,' where students may be losing ground academically, due to learning virtually.