UnitedHealthcare Invests $1M in K‑12 Student Healthcare Services in Texas

by | Jul 11, 2024
This initiative integrates healthcare into schools, offering wellness events and on-site resources. With many of the 200 schools located in North Texas, UnitedHealthcare’s Donald Langer highlighted the effort’s potential to significantly improve student health and academic performance in the region.
Dallas School Included in Launch of Kendra Scott Foundation’s Little Yellow Library Program
by | Nov 17, 2023

The Austin-based Kendra Scott Foundation, in partnership with First Book, is launching its inaugural Little Yellow Library this month in four Texas schools including Tom C....

Evolon and ZeroEyes Partner on Long-Range AI Gun-Detection Technology
by | Dec 6, 2022
With the partnership, Dallas-based Evolon Technology will unite the long-distance object detection of its analytics with ZeroEyes' proprietary AI gun detection technology. The result: The ability to detect and track someone with a firearm more than a football field away. "Current events point to the need for a partnership like ours," Evolon President and CEO Kevin Stadler says.
‘This is the Paradigm Shift’: Walkabout Workplace CEO Makes Working from Anywhere a Social Experience
by | Aug 31, 2020
Toni Portmaan's SaaS virtual real estate and digital office platform was built for the age of WFH—well ahead of the pandemic. It's in its second round of seed funding.

Impact Ventures: Meet Education PowerED, an Online Marketplace of Culturally Responsive Teaching

by | Jul 20, 2020
Education PowerED is behind a fast-growing educational movement designed to energize educators, empower students, and eradicate educational inequity.
CBRE Uses its Return-to-Work Playbook to Help Dallas ISD Safely Reopen
by | Jul 9, 2020
CBRE's roadmap for returning to the workplace has already allowed DISD to reopen its 16-story central administration building—occupied entirely by the district—to 25% capacity last month.
Welman Project Turns Discards into Classroom Treasures
by | Jul 26, 2017
Roughly 71 percent of materials discarded in the U.S. can be reused, the Welman Project says.
Technology in the classroom is important to a good education.
Technology Brings New Educational Opportunities to the Classroom
by | Feb 24, 2016
Technology in the classroom is not a new concept. These days, many schools have moved to a Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) program, where students are encouraged to bring a smartphone or tablet to school to help them complete assignments and research subjects.