More than 50 WFISD High School students are recognized for their academic achievements.
About one in six people who owe money on their student loans is in default.
The Texas Education Agency will continue with the implementation of public school accountability ratings using A through F grades in 2014 despite mounting criticism from school leaders and some lawmakers.
The Crowell High School Robotics team is making some big moves.
The team has already placed at the state level which qualified them for the world competition.
A local non profit is hosting classes that will help families and care givers of children who are diagnosed with mental illnesses.
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The state's ninth- and 10th-graders currently await consensus from legislators on key proposals in the House and Senate that would reduce the number of exams they must take to graduate from 15 to as few as five.
A Texoma teacher with 40 years of experience in educating youngsters in Wichita Falls is the recipient of a prize with a special connection to the world famous Nobel Peace Prize....
A sweeping package of public education overhauls is coming to the floor of the Texas House.
WFISD Career and Technology students from Carrigan Career Center and Hirschi High School made a very strong showing at the SkillsUSA District Meet.
Despite all the criticism, the WFISD believes the C-SCOPE is still the best resource for them to use in their classrooms.
Top education leaders in the Texas Senate are slamming a curriculum system used in 875 school districts across the state.
Boy suspended after taking airsoft pistol to school "for protection".
Chicago Public Schools is considering a new proposal that would begin teaching sexual education in kindergarten.
Study finds fewer high school dropouts, but some demographics still lag behind.
Kindergarten class holds mock slave auction.
President Obama's plan to provide free, high-quality preschool across the country is getting a mixed response.
103-year-old woman receives high school diploma.
Texas high school coaches face huge fines after fried chicken fund raisers.
District Judge John Dietz speculated it could take an extra $2,000 per student for the state to fix the school finance system.