North Texas is seeing alarming rates relating to students failing classes during virtual learning, but parents have many options to weigh.
As some Houston ISD schools go back to virtual learning because of COVID-19 positive or presumed cases, a local business is stepping up to help students.
Dallas ISD held the first of several web-based seminars to discuss race relations in the district.
With the number of COVID-19 cases rising in Dallas and Tarrant counties, there are also increasing concerns about sending children into classrooms.
14-year-old eighth-grader Anika Chebrolu of Frisco has won the 2020 3M Young Scientist Challenge for her study on COVID-19.
Pending finalization of his hire, O'Rourke will join the Texas State faculty as an adjunct lecturer.
The Waxahachie Independent School District wants all kids back in the classroom by Nov. 2.
Education Secretary Betsy Devos visited a charter high school in Garland Thursday to talk to students, parents and teachers about challenges and opportunities during the pandemic.
Staff and students who have written parent permission will have access to the rapid COVID-19 tests at the eight school districts across Texas.
Tarrant County health officials want all students back home and out of the classroom. Right now, there’s no sign of that happening.
Dr. Michael Hinojosa says shutting down Dallas ISD schools in March resulted in a drastic learning loss for some students.
It's long after the start of the school year but one suburban district says it is finally time for a back to school fair. Students in DeSoto ISD return to class later this month.
12-year-old Caleb Anderson is a sophomore at Chattahoochee Technical College. He's expected to graduate college by 14.He said he wants to be an astronaut.
Some Dallas and Fort Worth students will return to in-person learning Monday as part of the districts' plans to bring students back in phases.
He also recorded a social media message thanking essential workers and teachers for the work they’ve done as the world combats COVID-19.
Colleges across the country are struggling to salvage the fall semester as campus coronavirus cases skyrocket.
Twenty separate school districts within Tarrant County are under close watch as efforts push forward to further mitigate COVID-19.
Some of the biggest school districts welcomed back a limited number of students to classrooms on Monday.
A local teacher says online classes have been a nightmare.
The state's website tracks the COVID-19 numbers in Texas schools. An Excel file posted Thursday showed the case breakdown by district before it was later removed.