The Plano ISD is opening a standalone, academy-style high school that uses a project-based, collaborative learning model.
An international robotics completion has recognized a South Grand Prairie High School student for the second year in a row.
Teens from throughout Texas and as far away as Mexico and Brazil will show off their inventions at the FIRST Robotics Competition Dallas.
Industry leaders are praising a high-profile bill in the Texas Senate designed to give high school students more options in career and vocational training.
An 18-year-old college student is gaining more national attention for his work involving renewable energy.
The new laboratory is working to advance robotics for use in health care and by first-responders.
A high school student from Texas has won a $100,000 scholarship for scientific work that could help driverless cars and robots navigate around obstacles.
The Plano ISD Education Foundation distributes more than $100,000 in grant money to teachers for innovative education programs.
Consumer Reports ShopSmart’s electronics experts played with the latest games and gadgets to find some terrific choices for kids.
SMU spends millions to keep its students -- and their average five devices that use the Internet -- online.
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