Volunteers and sponsors in the Dallas and Ft. Worth School Districts spent the last Saturday of summer helping families get their school supplies and have some fun.
After years of struggling not to lay teachers off, Texas public school districts suddenly are competing to hire new ones.
About a dozen parents in Arlington are braving the elements this whole week to get their children into better schools.
The Arlington ISD debuts a new learning program they hope will help parents keep up with their children.
The 600 plus school districts suing Texas say the way the state pays for public education is "constitutionally and fundamentally broken."