Direction Arrows, Plastic Barriers... What Will In-Person Learning Look Like In Corona Times?When North Texas schools reopen for in-person learning, most classrooms will have a new look to them. But what will that look like exactly?
Fort Worth ISD Holding Virtual Town Hall On Return To SchoolMany parents want on-campus classes next month.
Theatre Arlington Launches Virtual Learning ProgramIt's a daytime support program for students in grades 3 through 9.
Teachers Union Reacts To AG Paxton's Legal Opinion On Reopening SchoolsThe union would like to see a 14 to 21 day decline in cases and hospitalizations before sending teachers back to the classroom.
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton Says Education Leaders Should Decide On Reopening Schools, Not The StateTexas Attorney General Ken Paxton has given the green light for school officials -- both public and private -- to decide whether, when, and how to open school.
Tarrant County Families Want Freedom To Choose How Their Kids Learn During PandemicFamilies in Tarrant County demonstrated Monday against one of the longest classroom shutdowns in the state, and were encouraged by the county judge to get local school boards to push back.
STAAR Testing Will Not Be Used To Determine Promotion To Next Grade Level During Upcoming School YearTypically, school systems must take into account a student’s score on the STAAR test to determine whether the student can be promoted to the next grade level.
Back-To-School Shopping A Challenge When It's Not Clear What School Will Look Like"We’re not sharing the glue anymore. We’re not sharing the colored pencils anymore. We’re not sharing erasers or anything like that," said Jo Lynn Augsburger of Joshua ISD.
Carroll ISD Delays First Day Of SchoolThe school board voted unanimously to push back the start of school five days so teachers have more time to prepare for virtual course work.
Dallas ISD Pushes Fall Start Date To Sept. 8Educators and school district officials now have more time to navigate uncertain times due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Dallas ISD Board Of Trustees Votes To Move 1st Day Of School To September 8 Due To Coronavirus PandemicMore than 20 self-identified teachers with urged trustees to reject planned reopening of schools that include a face-to-face model.
Sneak Peek At What Back To School Could Look LikeCBS 11's Caroline Vandergriff reports on Denton's Jumpstart program.
Dallas ISD Board Of Trustees Considering Delaying Start Of School YearSchool board members are beginning the task of managing learning in the midst of a pandemic.
Afternoon School Board Meeting Will Decide Dallas ISD CalendarAfternoon School Board Meeting Will Decide Dallas ISD Calendar
Some North Texas Private Religious Schools Plan To Open ClassroomsEnrollment is increasing with families who don't want their kids to have to learn online to start the school year.
Online Classes Dilemma Magnified For Parents Who Can't Work From HomeLaPia Wilson is wrestling with both sides of the back to school dilemma in Dallas.
Dallas ISD Coronavirus Safety Measures Highlighted Before ReopeningDallas ISD Coronavirus Safety Measures Highlighted Before Reopening
Dallas ISD Releases Comprehensive Plan For Students, Teachers Returning To Classroom During PandemicThe school district launched with it calls its Reentry Playbook for Parents and Staff.
Arlington ISD Superintendent Calls Beginning School Year With At-Home Learning 'A Responsible Way Of Moving Forward'Dr. Marcelo Cavazos said the decision to postpone face-to-face instruction until the end of September came from the advice of health authorities.
Press Conference: Fort Worth ISD Discusses 'Virtual' Start To 2020-2021 School YearFort Worth ISD will conduct the first six weeks of classes online.
Dallas ISD Releases Bold Back To School PlanThe Board of Trustees will have a chance to vote on it on Thursday.
Parents Scramble To Find Education Plan That Fits For Their Kids, FamiliesA growing number of parents are opting for their kids to learn online due to concerns about the coronavirus.
Some North Texas Religious Private Schools Prepare To Reopen During PandemicFirst Baptist Academy is one school planning to open its doors in three weeks.
Some Texas Teachers Prepare To Educate From Home During PandemicSome teachers are deciding to take their safety into their own hands. For those teachers, their students’ homes will be their classrooms this fall.

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