North Texas school districts delay in-person instruction three weeks or “until the public health situation improves.”
Students over the age of 10 will be required to wear masks, in accordance with the executive order issued by Gov. Greg Abbott.
Dallas Independent School District will ask struggling taxpayers to approve the largest bond in Texas history, and millions will not even be spent on education.
Will any of the proposed “solutions” take care of kids and help them learn at the same time?
This is the time where we need to roll up our sleeves and get to work for the betterment of students across Texas.
With the Chinese coronavirus freezing the commercial real estate market, will TRS be able to sublease its $326,000/month Austin lease by next summer?
A North Texas elementary school teacher shares an inside look at how educators are coping with the mandated school closures: “We all miss our kids.”
Keller resident and college professor Kris Kittle shares about her fight in North Texas education and how parents can start making a difference.
Elected Frisco ISD officials empowered the district’s top bureaucrat to make decisions during the coronavirus emergency.
Finding out specifics on the investments held by that trust fund, as Bettencourt notes, has been difficult for teachers, taxpayers, and even the media.