The new school year begins in a little more than a month.
Teachers Concerns About Classroom Safety During PandemicThe new school year begins in a little more than a month.
COVID-19 Summer Guide: TCC College For Kids ProgramAs one of TCC’s many Youth Enrichment Programs designed to help young people reach their full potential, College for Kids provides an opportunity for children to enroll in academic, arts and crafts, science and technology and health and fitness courses.
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American Academy Of Pediatrics Says Children Need To Be Back In Classroom This FallThe guidance says there is already evidence of the negative impacts of remote learning this spring, including social isolation, depression and abuse.
TCU Professor Asked To Teach Remotely Due To Daughter’s High-Risk Condition But Says He Was DeniedA Texas Christian University English professor said he was denied the option of teaching remotely for the fall semester.
North Texas School Districts Finalizing Plans For The FallThere are a lot of safety and educational concerns going back to school during the coronavirus pandemic.
Dallas Teachers Concerned About What Back To School Will Look Like During PandemicBack to school guidelines from Texas Education Agency have been delayed.
North Texas School Districts Figuring Out How To Reopen Schools Safely During PandemicThe Texas Education Agency is expected to issue detailed guidance for the fall.
TEA To Issue Guidelines For Reopening Texas Schools In The FallCBS 11 has team coverage of what school districts are planning while they wait on guidance in the world of COVID-19.
Texas Teachers Preparing For Unprecedented Challenges During Coronavirus PandemicAs the fall semester approaches DISD 9th grade teacher Jada Weathers is getting ready for new challenges knowing there will be plenty of them.
BIrdville ISD To Change Richland High Rebel MascotPlans for a new mascot will be announced at a later date
North Texas School Districts Working On Plans For Fall ClassesSome districts laid out their plans, while others are still weighing what to do.
Fort Worth ISD Offering In-Person And Online Classroom Options For New School YearFort Worth ISD is giving parents the option of having their children take part in either in-person or online classes this upcoming school year, the district said Wednesday.
Southlake Mom Says Special Needs Kids Are Being Left Behind By School DistrictOnline lessons at Carroll ISD didn't include much-needed services for Special Education students, says one mom.
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Dallas ISD Superintendent Responds To Calls To Defund Police Department, Says That's Not The Answer“We depend on our police department for safety and security and we expect our officers to build relationships with students," said Superintendent Michael Hinojosa.
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Fort Worth ISD Scraps Idea Of Some Students Returning To School Next Week After More InputForth Worth ISD was planning to bring as many as 300 students back to four elementary school campuses next week.
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2020 Graduates Share Lessons Learned While Staying At Home During Coronavirus PandemicThe 2020 school year ended in a way students and their families never imagined.
Some Fort Worth ISD Students To Return To Elementary Schools Next WeekMost of them are bilingual, or English as a second language students, who the district determined would benefit from a learning environment difficult to create outside the classroom.
UT Arlington Finds Vietnam Veteran’s College Transcript, Resolves Life-Long RegretSteve Kennedy was only nine credit hours short of qualifying for his degree, when he was sent to serve in Vietnam.