17 picture books you’ve never heard of, but that your kids will love
Who doesn’t love “Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See?” (And the polar bear version. And the panda edition!) Bill Martin Jr. and Eric Carle definitely have that formula down to a science. And well, the classics are the classics for a reason, and most parents can probably agree there will be room for those books on any shelf.
‘Holding her brilliance against her.’ Family sues Cy-Fair ISD for special ed designation for teen
Who qualifies as a special education student? A bright teen and her family are caught in the middle of a huge legal fight - all because her family says she needs more help from her school. It’s a complicated battle and it’s getting expensive too as both sides pay mounting legal fees.
Hundreds of HISD students are homeless and COVID-19 is complicating matters. How the district is trying to help
The start of a school year is full of excitement and challenges for students and teachers alike, even during a pandemic. The challenges can at times be overwhelming, especially if you’re a family dealing with homelessness.
Ask 2 Live: Everything students and parents need to know about preparing for college during the pandemic
As the school year progresses, high school students and parents are beginning to look at college and careers. Whether it's a local community college or a university out of state, this year the road to education is looking a bit different in the midst of COVID-19.
Texas Department of State Health Services withdraws data on school infections, citing ‘issues’
The vast majority of known coronavirus cases among Texas public school students who have returned to classrooms in person this school year were found in older students, new state data released Thursday shows.
Katy ISD will provide free meals to all students living in the area until December
The Katy Independent School District is providing free meals to all students in the area, even if they aren’t part of the district, after the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) and Texas Department of Agriculture (TDA) extended the food program waiver, the district announced.
As Texas college towns emerge as coronavirus hot spots, universities try to keep students from infecting locals
In Texas — as around the country — college towns are emerging as new hot spots for the coronavirus, with cases surging among student populations and administrators scrambling to keep infections from reaching the broader population.
Less than 1% of Texas students who returned to public school in person have tested positive for COVID-19
More than 2,300 Texas public school students, 0.21% of those who have returned to school in person since the beginning of this academic year, have reported testing positive for COVID-19, according to a dashboard the state will release Thursday in a first effort to publicly track the way the pandemic is impacting public schools.
Ask 2 Live: Raising ‘good digital citizens’ and more from our Zoom conversation on cyberbullying
As the school year is back in session, more families have turned to online learning due to the pandemic. While online learning has been a new challenge for many families, students are now facing another challenge - cyberbullying.