At least 93 fraternity members from the University of Washington’s Greek life have tested positive for COVID-19 after the state saw a significant spike in new cases.
As colleges grapple with how to stay open this fall, many students are questioning whether to enroll at all.
Wednesday was the first day of Fort Worth ISD’S mandatory online registration, where parents will let the district know of their intentions when classes resume in August.
AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Texas public school districts haven't finalized their plans for a return to the classroom, but they know the state will resume its high-stakes standardized testing for millions of students.
Texas Christian University announced guidelines for students to return to campus in August.
The plan is titled "Protect Texas Together" and officials say it was built with flexibility in mind for students, faculty, staff, and visitors.
Fort Worth ISD moved two graduations up earlier in the day to avoid Tarrant County’s order requiring people to wear face masks in public.
Ashanti Palmer graduated from Nellie A. Thornton High School and the Performing & Visual Arts Magnet Program in New York.
School districts and the state are still working on guidelines for opening again in the fall. Good Day gets advice from Dr. Marc Mazade, an infectious disease specialist at Cook Children's hospital.
The Texas Education Agency gave schools some ideas for the upcoming school year, but not as much as expected.
The Dallas school district got a jump on plans to open schools in the fall and announced details before state guidelines came out. Superintendent Dr. Michael Hinojosa talked to Good Day about how the start of this school year will be different from the end of last year, which no one would call a smashing success.
The state education agency did not release comprehensive health guidelines for schools to reopen as it was expected to do. That leaves it up to each district to make its own plan. Fort Worth ISD Superintendent Dr. Kent Scribner talks to Good Day about what the district is planning to do.
The Texas Education Agency hosted a call Tuesday with superintendents across the state to discuss plans for returning to school.
UT Austin says that the change will ensure that testing limitations due to COVID-19 do not affect a student's ability to apply as spring test dates for the ACT and SAT have been canceled.
Students in Texas will be allowed to return to their classrooms in August.
The Fort Worth Independent School District is taking “school choice” to a new level as concerns for the coronavirus continue.
Parents and children may need a break from at-home learning after it was used during stay-at-home orders. Daniel Knoll, Alumnus from Teach For America and Principal of Momentous School, shares how to help your child continue learning through the summer.
The University of Texas at Dallas is offering students different class options for the fall semester.
Bishop T.D. Jakes says what we are exposed to is what we excel at.
Even though it’s June, it is still graduation season in North Texas after some districts pushed back ceremonies in order to make a modified in-person event work in the time of COVID-19.