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Namesake of Webb Elementary in Arlington dies at 90

| |Wednesday, Oct. 01, 2014

John Mitchell Webb Jr., a former Arlington High School principal and a district administrator, died Tuesday.

Fort Worth residents seek ‘trustworthy’ superintendent

| |Tuesday, Sep. 30, 2014

During a forum at Dunbar High School, speakers say the district needs a leader who’s culturally sensitive and puts the children first.

Arlington schools decide against shared math workbooks

| |Tuesday, Sep. 30, 2014

Elementary students will get their own copy to use in class.

Fort Worth district seeks community help in superintendent search

| |Tuesday, Sep. 30, 2014

The superintendent search continues in the Fort Worth school district, with selection planned by Feb. 1.

Arlington school board named tops in state

| |Saturday, Sep. 27, 2014

The Texas Association of School Administrators gave the honor out of 1,027 districts in the state.

New PAC formed to support Birdville bond issue

| |Saturday, Sep. 27, 2014

Bond opponents say they would have supported the bond if the district had been more “transparent” about borrowing costs.

Arlington teacher volunteers to transfer so colleague can stay

| |Friday, Sep. 26, 2014

Desira Berry will stay at Swift Elementary School, while Tammy Welborne will move as part of the district’s “leveling” process.

UNT may have to repay state $75.6 million

| |Thursday, Sep. 25, 2014

University of North Texas officials remain hopeful that the amount will be reduced.

Fort Worth-area arts groups to help Arlington school district plan academies

| |Tuesday, Sep. 23, 2014

Two dual-language/fine arts academies were approved in may as part of the district’s $663.1 million bond package.

Mansfield teacher’s death an apparent suicide, officials say

| |Monday, Sep. 22, 2014

Teacher was put on leave last week while authorities investigated a complaint of indecency with a child, a Mansfield school spokesman said Monday.

Arlington teacher’s reassignment upsets colleagues, parents

| |Monday, Sep. 22, 2014

The transfer of a Swift Elementary sixth-grade teacher is being done to bring student-teacher ratios in line, a district spokeswoman says.

Readin’, writin’ and gridlock in south Arlington

| |Sunday, Sep. 21, 2014

A complicated road project in south Arlington promises to dramatically improve traffic, but in the meantime the work is creating headaches for motorists heading to three Mansfield district schools.

Digital future topic of seminar at Fort Worth museum

| |Wednesday, Sep. 17, 2014

The daylong seminar at the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History will talk about the digital tools available for educators.

Northwest goes a cut above with high school salon

| |Tuesday, Sep. 16, 2014

Shears of Steele, which is open to the public Tuesdays and Thursdays, gives students firsthand business experience.

National Merit Semifinalists named

|Wednesday, Sep. 17, 2014

North Texas students were among 16,000 nationwide selected as National Merit Scholarship Semifinalists.

New charter school generates traffic woes in far north Fort Worth

| |Tuesday, Sep. 16, 2014

A median cut-through, alternative traffic routing and roundabouts are in the plans to reduce congestion near International Leadership of Texas-Keller.

Fort Worth trustees approve shift in bond spending

| |Wednesday, Sep. 10, 2014

Part of the bond package focused on field houses, but Fort Worth trustees vote to allow each high school to spend $1 million on athletics in general.

Committee finds problems with Fort Worth school bond spending

| |Monday, Sep. 08, 2014

Members of the bond oversight committee say they want to make sure the $490 million bond package approved by voters is used correctly.

Admonished UT regent defends investigations

| |Friday, Sep. 05, 2014

He has been accused of being on a “witch hunt” to oust school President Bill Powers.

Arlington school trustees OK royalties settlement with Chesapeake

| |Friday, Sep. 05, 2014

The amount of the school district settlement was not made public Thursday night. The city of Arlington voted two weeks ago to accept $700,000.