Want To Make a Difference? Consider a Summer of Service

I clearly remember that feeling of the last day of school and the summer before me — one filled with swimming lessons, Girl Scout camp, and all kinds of fun activities that my mom would find for us.

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Voters Approve Nuts and Bolts, But Not Luxuries, on Dallas ISD Bond Package

On the surface, two out of five might not seem like a big win for Dallas ISD. But when two of the five bond propositions on the November ballot equate to $3.54 billion of a $3.7 billion ask, the win becomes much clearer.

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Couple Seeks To Help Bridge Education Disparities

A Preston Hollow couple helped get technology resources for Dallas ISD students in a big way this fall by matching gifts to Teach For America DFW up to $50,000.

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Dallas ISD, TEA Launch Dashboards To Track COVID-19 Cases

Regardless of whether Dallas ISD parents chose to keep children at home, learning virtually, or felt confident in sending them to school, they were nearly universal in asking for some easy way to track how many cases the district had.

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