The teacher incentive allotment is a way to keep the best teachers in the classroom and attract some of the best educators to schools to lift student performance.
Fort Worth high school students get head start in life through tuition-free associate’s degree program
The program serves a larger purpose: It begins to cultivate Fort Worth’s workforce and keep skilled residents in the city, both long desired goals of city officials pushing for greater local economic development.
Fort Worth ISD’s summer school program could be a new model for education to go beyond its traditional boundaries and include other social and emotional services to make children more well rounded.
A new education nonprofit released nine report cards detailing school performance by each of the eight Fort Worth City Council districts and the overall city.
A family’s educational path change dramatically after their daughter was forced to participate in a racist in-class activity. The school tried to fix it, but “the damage was done.”
A Republican representing parts of Fort Worth wants the governor to veto a bill banning critical race theory in schools and call for it to be on the agenda for a special legislative session.
Administrators see the nearly $1 billion bond as a way to modernize the district’s oldest campuses and give students equitable access to learning opportunities.
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott’s ban on mask-wearing mandates worries parents who have students who are at high risk of COVID-19.
Arlington Heights High School graduate Isaack Knapp wants things to go back to normal, he said, but he understands how serious the pandemic has been.
Thousands of Tarrant County students will graduate in May and June in ceremonies that look like the pre-pandemic era.