The Arlington school board approves Walsh Gallegos as legal counsel for the superintendent contract. The board is expected to name the finalist Dec. 12.
Find out the answer in this fact brief, a new service of the Fort Worth Report.
This week’s teacher of the week is Terri Fontenot of Highland Middle School in Eagle Mountain-Saginaw ISD. She teaches English language arts. Fontenot’s daughter, Shannon Mahaffy, nominated her: “This is my…
Your students have these dates off for Christmas and the holidays and return to school in January.
Fort Worth ISD and Witherite Law Group donate coats to Stop Six students for the eighth year in a row.
A well-designed school can encourage deeper human connections for students — and improve their mental health and academic performance.
- This Fort Worth couple found each other and a welcoming home at the edge of downtown
- Lake Worth landowners bid goodbye as Fort Worth Nature Center steps up property acquisition
- Historic Southside business owners hope to set example for others to follow
- Panther Island leaders address plans for La Grave Field, public space
- How should Fort Worth address gentrification? Experts to discuss at Fort Worth Report panel
- Winter break is coming. Here’s when school is out in Fort Worth
- Business owner, housing advocate Flora Brewer dies at 66
- Wendy Burgess files for reelection as tax assessor-collector
- Army Corps of Engineers no longer closing popular Fort Worth bike path
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.