North Texas schools are getting a huge boost to their budgets, thanks to $18 billion in federal stimulus money finally being released by the state — at least in part.
A North Texas teacher who was fired after her controversial tweets to then-President Donald Trump will not be getting her job back.
School districts have been working with vendors and contractors to get campuses back in operation. They've made a lot of progress. Still, a few remain closed to in-person learning.
On Monday, more schools damaged by the winter storm will re-open for in-person learning.
The Dallas, Fort Worth and Arlington school districts will be closed Monday and Tuesday because of storm damage.
Denton and Arlington ISD have both canceled some classes for next week so repairs can be made to damaged buildings.
The uncertainty about power has forced many North Texas school districts to cancel plans to hold virtual classes this week.
Officials in many districts are mum on if classes would be cancelled altogether if roads became too icy or if students and teachers would have a virtual learning day.
Fort Worth ISD is partnering with the Tarrant County Public Health Department to open two new vaccine clinics.
Fort Worth ISD made another change to help students struggling with their grades during the pandemic.
Dr. Dennis Dunkins encouraged generations of minorities to seek college degrees. He's now being remembered for his passion for educational equality.
Eligible full-time employees will get $1,000 and eligible part-time employees will get $500.
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.
Northwest ISD is going back to the drawing board after voters soundly defeated plans for a $986 million bond package to build seven new schools.
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.
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.
In a 5-4 vote, trustees decided to extend online learning and give students the option to return to the classroom October 19 instead of the original date of October 5.
Teachers protested outside Fort Worth ISD Tuesday ahead of a vote to possibly extend online learning to the end of October. They want that extension, fearing for their health.
Despite a warning from a top health official, students in the Fort Worth Independent School District will be allowed back into the classroom in just a few weeks.