After three years away, Dr. Michael Hinojosa has returned to Dallas once again at the helm of Dallas ISD as interim superintendent in the wake of former Superintendent Michael Miles’ sudden departure.
Education has a long way to go before it can be ranked as “Satisfactory,” despite some recent improvements, such as higher graduation rates and lower dropout rates.
Classical musicians, composers and conductors of the future will have a unique opportunity during the summer break to take a more in-depth view into the world of music while perfecting their skills through ChamberWorks from Monday through July 18.
Dallas ISD Superintendent Mike Miles' reign has ended.
Quinn Mason, a graduate of North Dallas High School, is an accomplished musician, sculptured by the classical sounds on radio with its different types of instrumentation disseminating through the airwaves.
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Education reform alone isn’t enough to close achievement gaps between Blacks and Whites, according to a new report by the Economic Policy Institute.
When Jordan Lovelace dances, heads turn.
Officials of Dallas Independent School District held an informational public meeting to discuss its comprehensive plan for programs to help provide the best education in the nation and better facilities on May 20 at the James W. Fannin Elementary campus ...
Talmadge “TJ” Vaughns Jr. is a high school senior and young entrepreneur, preparing to cross the stage and take his last steps as a high school teenager and cross into a new world as a young adult college student.
Bill Powers won’t be the University of Texas at Austin president who decides whether to keep a statue of Jefferson Davis, a tribute to the president of the Confederacy, on campus.
Protestors have defaced the statue of Jefferson Davis on the University of Texas campus, most recently with the words “Davis must fall” and “Emancipate UT.”
Parents, students and advocates for strong neighborhood schools continue to pressure civic leaders to end the expansion of charter and contract schools in Black and Latino communities across the nation.
A little help may be on the way for Historically Black Colleges and Universities struggling against falling financial support and an increasingly skeptical public.
The African American Student Success Task Force, a task force of skilled educators and community leaders, presented an inaugural report on efforts to close the achievement gap for African American students in the Dallas Independent School District on May 14.