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What Education Has To Do With A Livable Wage

The true north goal of the Commit Partnership is doubling living-wage attainment in Dallas County in the course of a generation. One of the strategic outcomes we pursue in support of that [...]

The true north goal of the Commit Partnership is doubling living-wage attainment in Dallas County in the course of a generation. One of the strategic [...]

“We have all these tools, devices, curriculum– why would I ever suspend a student again?” That’s the question posed by Dallas Independent School District Superintendent [...]

In the final minutes of the regular session of the 87th Texas Legislature, some notable changes were made to the state’s school finance system in [...]

Imagine a North Texas where economic opportunity is no longer predicted by race, place, or socioeconomic status. What would it take? How long would it [...]

Our state's accountability and assessment system was created to provide transparency and critical information to students, parents, and community members across Texas. This system, sometimes [...]

On June 24th, 2021, the Dallas Independent School District Board of Trustees took a monumental step by becoming the first large urban public school district [...]

Dallas County can be an inclusive and prosperous region where economic opportunity is shared equitably rather than predicted by race, place and socioeconomic status. We [...]

The legislative process is often contentious, and the 87th Texas Legislature was certainly no exception. But amidst several heated debates, we were heartened to find [...]

Tthe road to recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic, now entering its second year, will be long and complex.

As students begin to recover from yet another school disruption, this time related to unprecedented weather related power outages, it is a reminder of just [...]

The COVID-19 pandemic has severely disrupted public education in the state of Texas, with the abrupt end of in-person schooling last spring shining a harsh [...]

Dallas, Texas is a powerhouse of economic growth. But that growth has not been shared equitably. Even before the pandemic, only one-in-four young adults in [...]