Dallas ISD encouraged its teachers to show the livestream of the inauguration in their classes so students could witness the historic moment as it happened.
Two of the calendars would add about five weeks of instruction time, while the third option is for campuses that want to keep a traditional school year.
Students at the Hybrid Future School will attend classes in person twice a week and then learn remotely three times a week.
The Texas Education Agency announced that A-F grades for schools will not be given out for the 2020-21 school year due to “ongoing disruptions associated with COVID-19.”
District officials believe scrapping this semester's final exam will take the pressure off teachers and students, and they still have a plan to assess their performance.
The chair of the Texas Urban Council of Superintendents wrote a letter to Governor Greg Abbott asking him to include teachers in the first groups to receive the COVID-19 vaccines.
Tuesday was the first look at testing data from 12 million students across the United States and confirms what many educators feared when it comes to math.
Officials at North Texas school districts say they’re prepared to tackle any COVID-19 outbreaks that may pop up between now and Christmas break.
Some people are worried about students and teachers returning to the classroom after Thanksgiving break.
Dallas ISD reported drastic learning losses for students due to the COVID-19 pandemic and virtual learning for the first few weeks of school.
While voters said yes to a historic $3.5 billion in Dallas ISD school bonds to cover school upgrades and new technology, voters said no to three other requests.
Dallas ISD voters approved two of five bond propositions. Fort Worth and Arlington ISD voters also okayed tax increases.
The school districts in Dallas, Fort Worth and Arlington are asking voters for permission to either borrow money or increase taxes to fund things like teacher pay, technology and new facilities.
Dallas ISD officials say the district will be part of the state’s rapid test program and begin with student athletes before expanding access.
Dallas ISD is asking voters to approve bond proposals that total a record $3.7 billion to update aging facilities and resources. Trustees say there will be no tax rate increase.
North Texas is seeing alarming rates relating to students failing classes during virtual learning, but parents have many options to weigh.
Dallas ISD held the first of several web-based seminars to discuss race relations in the district.
Dr. Michael Hinojosa says shutting down Dallas ISD schools in March resulted in a drastic learning loss for some students.
The safety recommendations were made more than a year ago, but the city's recently approved budget puts money toward them.
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.