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This Year’s STAAR Test Will Start Factoring Into School Accountability Scores Once Again

Elementary school students begin taking the State of Texas Assessments of Academic Readiness test this week, and those scores will factor into school district accountability ratings this year. That's making a lot of folks worried.
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Take It From Ex-Richardson ISD Superintendent Jeannie Stone: Defining ‘CRT’ Isn’t Easy

Nobody can agree on what CRT means, or whether it's actually being taught in public schools.
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Collin College Professor Says He’s Being Let Go After Asking Students to Wear Masks

Historian Michael Phillips has long clashed with college administrators over free speech issues and COVID-19 safety protocols.
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Teacher Trauma: Rebuilding After the North Dallas Tornado

Cary Middle School and Thomas Jefferson High School were gone in a matter of moments. What came next took much longer. Here is how the district, its teachers, and some helpful nonprofits navigated the next few years after the tornado.

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What Happens After Michael Hinojosa Retires (Probably Tomorrow)?

Three sources close to the Dallas ISD superintendent say he will soon announce his retirement.
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Dallas ISD and UTSW’s New Biomedical Science School

The principal is a former medical doctor turned educator, and the school opens this fall.
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Hockaday Dominates Rhodes Scholarships

Two women from the class of 2018 have been named to this year's cohort of folks headed to Oxford.
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Ela Hockaday Was Dallas’ First Headmistress

She gave young women a chance at education even before women were allowed to vote.
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The University of North Texas Will Have an M.D. as Its New Chancellor

The unanimous selection arrives with decades of experience in the healthcare field.