Teacher of the week: Stephanie White
Stephanie White teaches Algebra I at Timber Creek High School in Keller ISD.
Sex ed curriculum expected to return to Fort Worth ISD classrooms next spring, superintendent says
Fort Worth ISD plans to have a new sex education curriculum in place for next school year. Here’s how it gets there.
How to get Matched: A medical student’s decades-long journey meets another milestone
Rachael Haines, the oldest member of the Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine’s graduating class, will begin her residency at McKay-Dee Hospital in Ogden, Utah, in July.
‘The compensation isn’t nearly enough.’ Fort Worth teachers hope Texas Legislature delivers raises, improved benefits
Better teacher pay and benefits have emerged as an issue with bipartisan support in the Texas Legislature.
Job cuts in Fort Worth ISD could include campus staffs, according to audio of closed meeting
Positions at schools will be affected in Fort Worth ISD’s reorganization, according to audio of a behind-closed-doors meeting.
Fort Worth ISD is teaching students CPR to save lives. It’s required by the state
Fort Worth ISD tabs $50,000 every year to teach students CPR. Texas law requires students learn the skill before graduating.
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- How to get Matched: A medical student’s decades-long journey meets another milestone
- Stanley Black & Decker closing Fort Worth plant, cutting 175 jobs
- ‘The compensation isn’t nearly enough.’ Fort Worth teachers hope Texas Legislature delivers raises, improved benefits
Fort Worth has lagged behind other major Texas cities in securing major corporate relocations and benefiting from the economic development that usually follows. However, leaders see a path forward: Cultivating a skilled workforce through K-12 schools and higher education. Education reporter Jacob Sanchez examines the issue through a three-part series.