Most Dallas College Spring 2021 Semester Classes To Be Offered OnlineDallas College announced Monday it will continue with mostly online courses for the Spring 2021 semester.
Students Pick Up Devices Friday After Keller ISD High School Forced Into Virtual LearningStudents at one North Texas high school spent Friday picking up devices after the entire school was forced into virtual learning due to positive COVID-19 tests.
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.
Dallas ISD Has 13,000+ Fewer Students Attending Online Classes Than ProjectedDallas ISD Superintendent Dr. Michael Hinojosa said the district budgeted for 151,000 students, but only 137,000 have attended online.
Pilot Tutoring Program Aims To Keep Underserved Fort Worth 1st Graders From Falling Behind During Online LearningThe National Organization of Black County Officials has agreed to pay for extra tutoring for 25 1st graders at Sunrise McMillan Elementary.
North Texas Moms Juggle Teachers, Technology And TroubleshootingWith most DFW area students learning at home right now due to the coronavirus pandemic, it's a new kind of learning curve for parents.
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. 
In-Person Education Returns To Plano ISD; Virtual Learning Still An Option During PandemicElementary and middle schools are currently offering five day a week in-person instruction. High schools are doing two days in-person and three days at-home.
Some Technology-Related Glitches Mark Dallas ISD's First Day Of School OnlineSuperintendent Michael Hinojosa said one of the technology-related issues centered around the district changing Zoom passwords to protect teachers and students.
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.
It's 'Go Time' Online For Dallas And Fort Worth ISDs: 'We've Been Preparing The Whole Summer'Whether they’ve got first grade students or high schoolers, DISD teachers have spent months revamping their curriculum to go virtual.