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UT Arlington Alumni Association to disband

| |Thursday, Jul. 24, 2014

The university says it will start its own program. Meanwhile, current and former alumni association presidents said they are disappointed in the way things unraveled.

Appeals court reinstates Joshua bullying suit

| |Tuesday, Jul. 22, 2014

Federal appellate judges agree that parents of a Joshua middle school student who hanged himself in 2010 can proceed with their suit against the school district.

Fort Worth schools join national initiative for minority boys

| |Monday, Jul. 21, 2014

School trustee Ashley Paz represented Fort Worth Monday in Washington when President Barack Obama announced a major expansion of his “My Brother’s Keeper” program.

In southwest Arlington, new charter school buildings to welcome students in August

| |Monday, Jul. 21, 2014

International Leadership of Texas will open a campus while Arlington Classics Academy expands.

Racers ready to roll using sunshine to meet challenge

| |Sunday, Jul. 20, 2014

High school teams from across the country scrambled Sunday to make final preparations for the 2014 Solar Car Challenge.

North Texas will sell beer at football games

|Friday, Jul. 18, 2014

UNT joins a list of universities that sell beer at games.

State moves to revoke charter of Prime Prep Academy

| |Wednesday, Jul. 16, 2014

WFAA.com report: State is moving to shut down Prime Prep Academy, which has a Fort Worth campus.

First armed school marshals trained in Fort Worth

| |Monday, Jul. 14, 2014

Provided they meet the criteria, school employees from superintendents to teachers can become school marshals.

Fort Worth district audit finds $2.7 million in unneeded technology

| |Monday, Jul. 14, 2014

The district’s technology chief is recommending a committee be appointed to decide whether to replace the computer hardware and software, bought in 2007 but never fully used.

UNTHSC provost wins international award for glaucoma research

| |Sunday, Jul. 13, 2014

Glaucoma researcher Tom Yorio, provost of the UNT Health Science Center in Fort Worth, is receiving an international award for his work

Keller schools lag behind in career training

| |Saturday, Jul. 12, 2014

A career and technical education center is the driver behind a possible November bond election.

Fort Worth trustees working on timeline to hire superintendent

| |Wednesday, Jul. 09, 2014

FWISD plans for superintendent No. 23

Everest College in north Fort Worth to shut down

| |Wednesday, Jul. 09, 2014

The college in north Fort Worth will close as part of a nationwide effort to protect students’ futures, according to the U.S. Department of Education.

I pledge allegiance to the ...?

| |Tuesday, Jul. 08, 2014

About 28 percent of high-schoolers at a Florida school said the Pledge of Allegiance meant nothing to them, one UT Arlington researcher discovered. Now, she’s looking at Texas.

Source: UT President Powers’ resignation demanded

| |Saturday, Jul. 05, 2014

A source says the system chancellor told Powers he will be fired otherwise.

Is urban sprawl in Texas swatting out bumblebees?

| |Saturday, Jul. 05, 2014

One University of North Texas student is looking to counter the effects that urban sprawl has had on bumblebees despite limited bumblebee “family trees” in Texas.

Parent satisfaction rises in survey done on Arlington school district

| |Thursday, Jul. 03, 2014

The rating for employee engagement dips, while the rating for district services reaches a new high.

Longtime Tarrant County College president retires; national search underway

| |Monday, Jun. 30, 2014

After 18 years of leadership, Tarrant County College’s Northeast Campus president will retire in the fall.

Arlington school district reaches settlement on artificial turf lawsuit

| |Friday, Jun. 27, 2014

A leader in the artificial turf industry will install two of its top-of-the-line outdoor artificial turf fields at Arlington high schools.

Arlington school trustees approve budget, bond sale

| |Thursday, Jun. 26, 2014

The 2014-15 budget includes 2 percent raises for all employees and 23 new jobs.