The influence of former president Barack and Michelle Obama has immersed itself into the Lancaster Independent School District and materialized into the Barack and Michelle Obama Ninth Grade Center.
Young participants in a NAF Future Ready Lab, powered by Capital One, took part in a project that incorporated design thinking to “save a city” from toxins.
School ratings are coming out next week, and superintendents and principals are having flashbacks to the days when they had to go home to tell their own folks about their math and social studies scores.
Dallas County students will be headed back to school soon and pediatricians recommend that parents include their children’s immunizations on their back-to-school to-do lists.
Applications are being accepted for the Disney Dreamers Academy.
Attorney General Ken Paxton sent a letter to Fort Worth ISD Superintendent Kent Scribner on the evening of June 28, demanding he hand over a copy of the district’s controversial sixth-grade human sexuality curriculum, which includes lessons about gender identity ...
Members of a special Texas Senate committee devoted to preventing school violence acknowledged in a hearing July 18 the importance of school counseling and mental health care, but questioned whether it’s financially feasible to expand those services statewide.
Following a deadly mass shooting at Santa Fe High School, Gov. Greg Abbott rolled out a 40-page plan to keep schools safe. Proposals ranged from beefing up existing mental health screening programs to encouraging voluntary use of gun locks at ...
NAF is a national non-profit educational organization that brings businesses and community leaders together to help resolve challenges in education.
The U.S. Dream Academy, founded in 1998, is a national after-school program that aims to break the cycle of intergenerational incarceration. Its mission is to inspire and elevate the lives of children of incarcerated parents and vulnerable young people through ...
The school year has come to an end but the outpour of celebrations and congratulations continue.
Janelle Wood has been on a mission since she gave birth to a son, years ago.
From “Mr. Raider” to “Grandmama,” the inaugural Dallas ISD Athletic Hall of Fame induction ceremony celebrated 10 outstanding alumni who have made their mark on and off the field of competition.
When Kettisha Jones launched her career in education more than 20 years ago, she noticed there were few other African American teachers in her cohort.
For the fifth year in a row, Richland College is partnering with Girls Inc. of Metropolitan Dallas, a nonprofit organization dedicated to inspiring all girls to be strong, smart and bold, to host the first half of a four-week summer ...