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Collin College Announces New Automotive Training Program For Fall 2023

Collin College Announces New Automotive Training Program For Fall 2023

The T-TEN program will provide students with the opportunity to experience hands-on training in regards to automotive repairs and diagnoses
Carrollton Couple Arrested After Lethal Fentanyl Overdoses

Carrollton Couple Arrested After Lethal Fentanyl Overdoses

If convicted, they each face up to 20 years in prison
10th Annual Plano Mayor’s Summer Internship Program Launches Feb. 7

10th Annual Plano Mayor’s Summer Internship Program Launches Feb. 7

The program connects Plano ISD students with local companies and nonprofits
Plano ISD Honors The Legacy Of Martin Luther King, Jr. And Myrtle Hightower

Plano ISD Honors The Legacy Of Martin Luther King, Jr. And Myrtle Hightower

In an emotional ceremony, the district awarded Hightower for her commitment to inclusion
Texas Lawmakers May Eliminate STAAR Testing

Texas Lawmakers May Eliminate STAAR Testing

Some are concerned about the test's validity and reliability
Anna ISD Approves Moving To Four-Day Weeks

Anna ISD Approves Moving To Four-Day Weeks

The Anna Independent School District says that 72% of parents and 87% of staff that were in favor of switching to four-day weeks

New Bill Would Ban Book Vendors From Selling Obscene Materials To Texas Schools

This, as Frisco ISD is currently reviewing one million books
Plano ISD Releases Data On Academic Performance

Plano ISD Releases Data On Academic Performance

The district received a B rating in accountability and an A rating for academic achievement
Plano ISD Launches First Of Its Kind Cosmetology Program

Plano ISD Launches First Of Its Kind Cosmetology Program

Completion of the two-year program will allow students to take the state cosmetology licensing exam
$1 Billion For Universities In Exchange For Freezing Tuition Fees

$1 Billion For Universities In Exchange For Freezing Tuition Fees

The Texas university system is looking to get a cut of the state’s surplus