Education Secretary Betsy DeVos’ attempt to mend fences with teachers and parents across the country got off to a rocky start, when she was confronted by angry protesters during her first visit to a public school.
The 25th annual Gardere MLK Jr. Oratory Competition, established in 1993, is hosted in conjunction with Martin Luther King Jr. Day to encourage the community to remember and pay tribute to the late civil rights leader’s legacy. The event is ...
Starting this month, Dallas County Community College District students – whether they are taking credit or continuing education classes – will be able to use their free DART Student GoPass for classes and travel around town.
After changing the game this school year by launching seven new collegiate academies and a Pathways to Technology Early College High School, Dallas ISD announced the launch of 10 new district collegiate academies for the 2017–2018 school year.
Leadership, mentorship and brotherhood play an essential role in the growth and development of African American communities. The Alpha Sigma Lambda chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. held their annual C.C. Russeau Black and Gold Scholarship Gala at the ...
Dallas will soon be home to a new and innovative learning environment to ensure that more high school graduates are graduating college-ready.
With more than 159,000 students, the Dallas Independent School District is unquestionably the area’s pre-K-12 education leader. Still, in today’s competitive education market, district officials want to be sure families are aware of the dozens of schools and academic programs ...
Nominations are open for the 2017 African American Educators Hall of Fame. The induction ceremony and dinner is scheduled for April 8 at noon at the Hilton Garden Inn, 800 N. Main St. in Duncanville.
After 111 years of worship, a historical African American church was set on fire and vandalized with the phrase “Vote Trump.”
About 300 Dallas Independent School District students attended the “Appealing to the Public” event hosted by the Dallas Bar Association and witnessed real trial court proceedings at the Belo Mansion Sept. 26.
“We, the undersigned Presidents of America’s Historically Black Colleges and Universities … remain brokenhearted over the recent events that have taken place in Baton Rouge, LA, St. Paul, MN, and Dallas, TX. Our thoughts and prayers are with the impacted ...
The nation’s high school graduation rate has reached a record 83.2 percent, continuing a steady increase that shows improvement across all racial and ethnic groups, according to federal data released Monday.
Teenagers dreaming of becoming the next technology genius, internet mogul or famous artist may now have their chance with the help of the new Best Buy Teen Tech Center opened in South Dallas.
When Nathaniel Bradford enrolled at the University of Texas in 1963, he couldn’t join the band. Or a fraternity. Or play on the football team.
The Office of Transformation and Innovation announced last week the release of the Public School Choice Competitive Proposal Process