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Dallas ISD Schools With Extended Calendar See Promising Results

At the beginning of last school year, 46 schools across Dallas ISD implemented the Additional Days School Year (or ADSY), an opportunity to increase instructional time on elementary campuses by up to [...]

Today, the Commit Partnership released its 2023 legislative agenda ahead of the 88th Texas Legislative Session beginning on January 10, 2023. As a member of [...]

“Every single time I hear about Grand Prairie ISD, I think about innovation. I think about the future.” Dallas County Commissioner Elba Garcia echoed the [...]

Every two years, the National Assessment of Education Progress, or NAEP, offers us an opportunity to see how Texas students are learning compared to both [...]

Each fall, nonprofit news organization Texas Tribune puts on TribFest, a series of discussions focused on public policy in Texas. Over the weekend, TribFest was [...]

Dr. Jeannie Stone knew she wanted to be a teacher since she was a fourth grader at Mesquite ISD. Inspired by her 10th grade English [...]

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 [...]

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 [...]

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 [...]

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 [...]

Internet connectivity is a critical resource during the pandemic and the Internet For All coalition aims to ensure every family has access. The Internet For [...]

Dr. Michael Hinojosa has been a student, parent, teacher, coach, and two-time superintendent in the Dallas Independent School District, but little could have fully prepared [...]

This week, Houston area Alief ISD Superintendent H.D. Chambers became the first (though likely not the last) Texas superintendent to announce that the 2020-21 school [...]