Teachers

Dallas Nonprofit Education Opens Doors Adds 3 New Board Members

by | Jan 20, 2023

The board of directors of Education Opens Doors, a Dallas-based nonprofit that partners with middle schools to train teachers to equip their students with college and career knowledge, has appointed Dr. Jeannie Stone, Drexell Owusu, and Dr. Eric Ban to the board, effective immediately.

The new members bring more than eight decades of public education and business growth experience to Education Opens Doors....

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Atmos Energy Gives $1M to United Way of Metropolitan Dallas to Prepare the Next Generation of Readers
by | Nov 23, 2020
For local early education teachers and students, Dallas-based Atmos is funding around 78,000 one-year subscriptions to Vooks, a first-of-its-kind animated storybook streaming platform.
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What Banking Can Teach Education
There’s power in giving customers control of their data, write JP Morgan Chase’s Anne Motsenbocker and Garland ISD’s Rick Lopez. That idea could revolutionize education.
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Voices: Reinventing the K-12 Classroom in 2020
by | Sep 10, 2020
Voices writer Chirag Gupta explores innovation in Texas K-12 public school classrooms amidst the pandemic.
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AT&T Launches $10M Fund to Provide Home Learning Resources During COVID-19

by | Mar 23, 2020
The effort starts with a $1 million donation to the Khan Foundation, which will give teachers, parents, and students online educational materials.
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UTD Collaborates With Texas Parks and Wildlife to Teach Middle Schoolers
by | Feb 2, 2018
UTeach Dallas students connect bass fishing, genetics and math in creative lesson plans for kids.
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SMU MakerTruck Ready to Show Off its Hands-On Learning Tools
by | Oct 20, 2017
The truck is designed as help teachers learn about how to inject the hands-on learning tools at the heart of the maker movement into their classrooms
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Why We Should Rethink the Way We Address Our Teachers
by | Jan 4, 2016
Teaching should not be a noble cause or a community service project. Teaching is a career.
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