Independent Districts self report differences in size, philosopy, and other attributes. (Photo: Courtesy of DISD)
From excellent schools and day programs, to endless fun in adaptive sports, playgrounds and theaters, our region is rich in resources to help your special needs family member thrive.
Get the scoop on the size, key attributes, and philosophy differences, as stated by the ISDs and charter schools.
Fifty schools in the Dallas-Fort Worth region were named to U.S. News & World Report’s America’s Best High Schools list in 2015, including the #1 spot.
Dora Rivas reveals how DISD gardens help improve child nutrition plus learning in every aspect
To find the private school that’s right for your child, you’ll need to do your homework.
School district lines in the Dallas-Fort Worth region are not exclusive to city boundaries. Here's a map that will help you sort things out.
Besides traditional public schooling, you can choose a private school, charter school, home schooling, high school equivalency for your child. Plus, Montessori and special needs schools.
6th grade teacher Melissa Bailey loves being able to expand learning moments at Carroll ISD.
If you want an advanced degree, you don't even have to leave home.
Angela Kollman, a teacher at Wakeland High School in the Frisco ISD, shares her favorite parts of teaching in her district.