Former Dallas Charter School Superintendent Says She Did Not Misuse Funds, CFO On Paid LeaveA week after resigning, the former superintendent of one of Dallas' largest and oldest charter schools returned to defend her name as well as her use of school funds.
Student Now Teaching At Same School As His Second-Grade TeacherThe school year is underway in Allen with a remarkable reunion 25 years in the making.
Dallas Charter School Superintendent Resigns Days After I-Team Receives Credit Card StatementsThe records showed tens of thousands of dollars the school's top officials spent on travel, luxury hotels and fine dining.
Kevin Hart Surprises North Texas High StudentsBooker T. Washington High School students got an inspirational message from Hollywood heavyweight Kevin Hart.
DISD Designing Model STEM School With Toyota, SMUSTEM careers are the future and students know the skills needed to succeed matter.
White Settlement Schools Using Beagle To Detect Guns, AmmunitionFor the first time in Texas and perhaps nationwide, the White Settlement ISD is using dogs to sniff out guns and ammunition on campus.
Tuition Free Deal In Dallas Now A Promise KeptAn innovative plan to remove hurdles to higher education in Dallas County is already paying off big.
Grapevine ISD Teaching Kids How To Interact With PoliceGrapevine ISD Teaching Kids How To Interact With Police
North Texas High School Students Take Class On Interacting With PoliceTexas high school students will soon be required to take a class to learn how to interact with police officers.
Adding Twist To HS Football Tradition: Drop The MumA group of Keller High students is encouraging fellow students to drop the mum for a purpose bigger than themselves.
Paleo Lab at Perot MuseumThe new Paleo Lab has large glass windows where anyone can watch as the scientists go about their work of studying and researching fossils.
Measles At Plano West Keeping Unvaccinated Students At HomeStephen Yoss found out as a toddler he was allergic to the measles vaccine.
Guinness World Record Attempt At Longest College Lecture Underway At UNTDr. Andrew Torget is hoping to set the record by teaching a 30-hour Texas history course that would typically take him 14 weeks.
Plano ISD Parents & Students Watching For Measles SymptomsPlano ISD Parents & Students Watching For Measles Symptoms
Anger Over Ed Dept Mulling Federal Money For Guns In SchoolsThe Education Department said Thursday that it is weighing whether to allow states to use federal funds to purchase guns for schools.
Family In Mourning After 8th Grader Dies After Football PracticeThe Crowley Independent School District is mourning the loss of a middle school student who died after football practice. Kyrell McBride-Johnson, a student at Summer Creek Middle School, died Wednesday evening.
13-Year-Old Crowley ISD Student Dies After Football PracticeThe Crowley Independent School District is mourning the loss of a middle school student who died after football practice. Kyrell McBride-Johnson, a student at at Summer Creek Middle School, died Wednesday evening.
More Guns On Campuses In Keene ISDKeene ISD is now in its third year of a growing program -- allowing teachers and other staffers to carry guns in...in secret.
Food Pantry For DISD Students, Families Expands“We want our students to have nice full bellies and come to school ready to learn,” says Geneva Heights Elementary School Principal Bert Hart.
Smartphone App Gives School Zone Speed Warnings To DriversSmartphone App Gives School Zone Speed Warnings To Drivers
Weather 101: Grossology ExhibitYou may be embarrassed to talk about it but the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History is giving you a chance to learn more about gross things.
Gov. Abbott Says State Should Spend More On Public SchoolsGov. Abbott was in Dallas Tuesday speaking with educators.
Crowley ISD Rolls Out Red Carpets For Students On First Day Of SchoolPolice officers were also there giving out high fives, hugs and words of encouragement as the students entered their schools.
Abbott In Dallas To Discuss School Safety & Teacher WagesGov. Greg Abbott will be in Dallas on Tuesday to hold his second of two statewide round table discussions, talking to teachers about campus safety, wage increases and other topics.