Salute To Teachers: Monday, September 7 – 5:00PM - Lillian JohnsonSalute To Teachers: Monday, September 7 – 5:00PM
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Dallas ISD Starts School Year OnlineIt's a virtual start to the school year for kids in Dallas.
Interview: Fort Worth Superintendent Dr. Kent Scribner“We want our teachers and students to make a connection. This is about academic recovery.”
What It's Really Like For Working Parents At Home With Kids During PandemicA North Texas mother of two advises, "patience and grace" when juggling a full-time job and kid's online lessons from home.
I-Team: How Much About Your Child Are North Texas School Districts Sharing Online?The social media images that teachers may be posting are now coming from inside students' homes.
It's 'Go Time' Online For Dallas And Fort Worth ISDs: 'We've Been Preparing The Whole Summer'Whether they’ve got first grade students or high schoolers, DISD teachers have spent months revamping their curriculum to go virtual.
North Texas Teacher Helps Special Needs Students Get Supplies Needed For Online LearningA whiteboard, composition notebook, markers, pencils and fidget widgets. These are the types of supplies Kylie Bennett says her students with special needs need for online learning.
In-Person Learning Returns To Some North Texas School Districts For First Time In 6 Months TuesdayGarland, Grapevine-Colleyville, Highland Park, Lewisville and Richardson ISDs are among the districts returning at least partially in-person on Tuesday.
Fort Worth ISD Prepares For 1st Day Of School 'Like No Other'FWISD will start classes virtually on Tuesday.
DeSoto ISD Parents Calling For Another Change At The Top"We need somebody over our kids that has their best interests at heart," said one parent.
DeSoto ISD's New Acting Superintendent Already Under FireDon Hooper apologized for some controversial social media posts.
Some Dallas ISD Students May Be Back On Campus Sooner Than They ThoughtDallas ISD announced Wednesday, based on the recent leveling out of Dallas County COVID-19 cases, the district is allowing the phased-in start of athletic conditioning and other designated UIL activities beginning Tuesday, September 8.
Fort Worth Superintendent Awaiting Specific Data Before Reopening SchoolsFrustration over school closures and mask requirements is building.
Zoom Outage Throws A Wrench Into Student's Online ClassesNorth Texas classrooms were among many impacted by a Zoom outage on Monday.
Dallas ISD Parents Getting In Gear To Help Kids Learn OnlineThe first four weeks of the school year will be online due to COVID-19 concerns.
Dallas ISD Parents Figuring Out How To Manage At-Home Learning“Not every family will be able to do it, and I hope they have somebody that can kind of help them with going back to school,” said Stephanie Dunbar.
Dallas Mayor's Back To School Fair UnderwayDallas Mayor's Back To School Fair Underway
Dallas ISD To Have Only Online Classes At Least First 4 Weeks Of School"Not everyone is going to be happy with the decision, but it is what it is and it's the context we are in," said Superintendent Michael Hinojosa.
Political Cartoon Comparing Police To Slave Owners And KKK Removed From Wylie ISD School AssignmentThe assignment involved political cartoons that compared law enforcement to slave owners and the KKK, showing different images of men with their knee on the neck of a black man.
Around 80% Of Weatherford ISD Students Return To Classroom On First Day Back To SchoolAll students in fourth grade and above were required to wear masks while inside buildings.
Dallas ISD To Have Online Classes At Least First 4 Weeks Of School Beginning September 8"Not everyone is going to be happy with the decision, but it is what it is and it's the context we are in," said Superintendent Michael Hinojosa.
Not Business As Usual For Colleges And Universities During The COVID-19 PandemicNot Business As Usual For Colleges And Universities During The COVID-19 Pandemic
Hacker Sends Threatening Messages To Plano ISD Student During Online Lesson: 'I Didn't Expect That To Happen'Cyber security experts say these types of hacks will keep happening with so many schools forced to make a quick transition to full e-learning this year.