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Authorities Searching For Suspects Who Stole School Equipment In La Joya ISD
The La Joya I.S.D. police department needs the public’s help in locating 3 individuals involved in the theft of school property. Authorities say it was around 10 o’clock last night when 2 suspects broke into a maintenance building located near La Homa road and 2 Mile line. View Article ]   Apr 16, 2014, 08:08

Beaumont: See What's Coming Up This Week For BISD
It will be a busy week for those closely following the Beaumont Independent School District. Many are anticipating a decision by Texas Education Agency Commissioner Michael Williams on the future of the current school board.
In addition, on Monday, a federal judge will hear from former BISD chief financial officer Devin McCraney and former comptroller Sharika Allision. They are expected to enter guilty pleas and are accused of stealing millions of dollars from the school district.
View Article ]   Apr 15, 2014, 08:25

No charges for Manor ISD teacher’s aide accused of assaulting student
The police investigation of a Manor Elementary School teacher’s aide ended on Thursday, with no charges being filed, an official said. View Article ]   Apr 14, 2014, 07:50

Ex-Edgewood ISD teacher arrested on porn charges
A former Edgewood Independent School District science teacher appeared in federal court Thursday on a charge of production of child pornography. Marcus Revilla, 44, was arrested by the Federal Bureau of Investigation Wednesday night, said Special Agent Michelle Lee. View Article ]   Apr 11, 2014, 07:53

Atlanta: Judges postpones APS cheating scandal trial due to Hall’s health (VIDEO)
A judge has postponed until August the trial of those accused in the Atlanta Public Schools test cheating scandal due to former superintendent Beverly Hall's health. View Article ]   Apr 9, 2014, 08:31

Edgewood ISD parents hoping to get more answers
The Edgewood Independent School Board of trustees met for the first time Monday night since the arrest of two former school district employees both accused of sexual assault. Parents showed up at the meeting hoping to talk to the school board, but were unable to since the meeting was a special meeting only to discuss proposed changes to the next school year. View Article ]   Apr 9, 2014, 08:05

Beaumont: BISD still must answer to feds, state
Although Beaumont ISD is answering to the Texas Education Agency for financial transgressions described in the agency's final investigative report, it could still face penalties for various violations of state and federal law related to its failure to protect the district's resources. View Article ]   Apr 8, 2014, 08:10

Ex-Edgewood ISD science teacher faces new charge
A former Memorial High School science teacher accused of sexually assaulting and impregnating a student is facing a new charge. View Article ]   Apr 8, 2014, 07:30

Former Plano ISD employee pleads guilty to embezzling millions
A former Plano ISD employee pleaded guilty Tuesday to federal program theft after embezzling millions of dollars from the school district, announced U.S. Attorney John M. Bales of the Eastern District of Texas. View Article ]   Apr 7, 2014, 08:14

Title IX at heart of complaint against Longview ISD; district crafts plan to identify disparities
A complaint against Longview ISD has spurred district leaders to assess if boy and girl student athletes are treated equally. District leaders said they will create a survey to determine if there is unmet interest in girls’ athletics. The district also will submit an assessment of the equipment and supplies for girls’ sports. View Article ]   Apr 4, 2014, 08:37

Resolution agreement reached in Longview ISD Title IX probe
Longview ISD will have to create a survey to determine the unmet interest in girls’ sports and submit a self-assessment of the equipment and supplies for girls’ sports by May 1, according to a resolution agreement to end an investigation into potential Title IX violations. View Article ]   Apr 4, 2014, 08:36

Former Plano ISD Employee Embezzled Millions From District
A former Plano schools supervisor has pleaded guilty to defrauding the district of more than $2.5 million. Kris Gentz had a position of trust, fire and security system manager for the Plano ISD, keeping students and employees safe. But now he’s pleaded guilty to defrauding his own employer. View Article ]   Apr 3, 2014, 08:24

Amarillo: AISD denies equal access to meeting
Amarillo Independent School District officials denied media equal access to a Department of Public Health meeting Wednesday night. A Department of Public Health notice was posted on AISD’s website April 1 informing the public about a meeting to be held at Fannin Middle School cafeteria April 2 at 6 p.m. View Article ]   Apr 3, 2014, 07:45

Former Paris ISD teacher's aide pleads guilty
The former Paris ISD teacher's aide, who pleaded guilty Friday to improper relations between an educator and a student, will not serve any jail time. View Article ]   Apr 2, 2014, 07:30

Attorney sends letter promising legal action if Atkins isn't rehired at Ozen today
An attorney representing the Ozen football coach who was hired last week and later told the job was no longer his has sent a letter to Beaumont ISD's superintendent demanding the coach's job back. View Article ]   Apr 1, 2014, 08:10

Teen awarded $70K in social media settlement from school
A Facebook post that landed a Minnesota teen in big trouble with school administrators is now paying off to the tune of $70,000 – and it was the school that had to fork over the cash. In 2011, sixth grader Riley Stratton wrote on her Facebook page that she hated her teacher's aide. According to court papers, once word spread, the student was forced to turn over her Facebook and email account information to administrators. View Article ]   Apr 1, 2014, 07:30


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