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LaDainian Tomlinson in 2015

LaDainian Tomlinson in 2015 by Rebecca Williams LT was back at his alma mater on Monday, announcing a new endowment fund that isn’t just for sports. Former TCU football star running back LaDainian Tomlinson and TCU Athletics announced the esta... Read more

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The University of Texas at Arlington celebrated the opening of its new, $125 million Science & Engineering Innovation & Research (SEIR) building Friday. Photo by Ellman Photography by Jenelle Langford The University of Texas at Arlington celeb... Read more

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O. Homer Erekson, the John V. Roach Dean of the Neeley School of Business at TCU, will step down as dean in May 2019, Erekson told faculty and staff. Erekson, named dean in March 2008, will continue at TCU Neeley as a faculty member, the Neeley ... Read more

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by Meg Hemmerle Children should be reading to learn, not learning to read — that’s the mantra of Read Fort Worth, a nonprofit organization whose goal is to have 100 percent of third-graders reading at the right grade level by 2025. Before Read ... Read more

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by Andrew Van Heusden Ground broke for the first building of Tarleton State University’s new Fort Worth campus Tuesday. The 80-acre land for the campus was donated by the Walton Group of Companies. The Texas A&M University System Board of Regen... Read more

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Don’t look directly at the sun without protection. Got that? Okay, now we can party. With the rare solar eclipse set to occur betwen 11:40 a.m. and 2:40 p.m. on Monday, several places around the area are hosting watch parties and activities to ce... Read more

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Photo courtesy of fwisd.com.  Fort Worth ISD announced a statement from Superintendent Kent Scribner today regarding the ongoing debate surrounding the overcrowding at Tanglewood Elementary School. “... at next Tuesday’s board meeting, I wi... Read more

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By Karen Vermaire Fox Real Estate Council of Greater Fort Worth Let’s talk Fort Worth and literacy. This is not another article on why kids can’t read (although only 28 percent of Fort Worth third-graders are reading on grade level currently).... Read more

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Leine Newby-Estrella tried to explain the concept of "retrotransposons" to the audience during the groundbreaking of the University of Texas at Arlington's new research facility, but the young UTA doctorate student's scientific spiel left Congres... Read more

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The road to having 100 percent of Fort Worth third-graders reading on grade level by 2025 has begun. City, business and education leaders gathered Monday in the auditorium of Oakhurst Elementary School to launch the 100x25 initiative, a program ... Read more

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What she teaches: Pre-K How long she’s taught: 17 years, including 14 at J.T. Stevens Education: Stephen F. Austin University, bachelor of science, Interdisciplinary studies with early childhood specialization and ESL. Tarrant County College.... Read more

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What she teaches: High school art. Art 1, Art 2, Art 3 Honors, AP Art How long she’s taught: Since 1991, starting seventh year at Southwest Christian, where she’s nurtured and grown an award-winning art program. Education: Bachelor of educati... Read more

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What she teaches: Kindergarten How long she’s taught: Five years Education: Bachelor's in early childhood education and master of education in special education, TCU Why she teaches: I truly believe I have the best job in the world. I get th... Read more

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What he teaches: Physics and Robo Vikes robotics team coach How long he’s taught: 23 years, at the college and secondary school levels. Thirteen years at Nolan Education: Bachelor of science, mechanical engineering, Duke University, PhD, mate... Read more

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What he teaches: 4th and 5th grade Language Center How long he’s taught: 14 years, including 12 at George Clarke Education: Bachelor’s in business administration from Oklahoma Baptist University. Studied Chinese language and culture at Southw... Read more

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What he teaches: Spanish 1, soccer and cross country coach How long he’s taught: Eight years, all at Poly Why he teaches: Spanish may not be a core content, however, I am able to teach my students anything that relates to helping them become ... Read more

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What she teaches: 5th grade ancient history. Has taught every grade from fourth through 12th, in English, humanities, and history How long she’s taught: 38 years, 21 at Trinity Valley Education: Bachelor of arts, history, and master of arts i... Read more

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What he teaches: Math and science How long he’s taught: Since 2001 Education: The University of Texas at Austin Why he teaches: My real interest in teaching began when I was 12 years old and in middle school in San Antonio. I was fortunate e... Read more

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What he teaches: 7th grade science How long he’s taught: Entering second year as a teacher Education: Bachelor of science, kinesiology, with a minor in health promotion, University of North Texas Why he teaches: I teach and I coach because I... Read more

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  Tough job: Fort Worth, Texas magazine’s Top Teachers talk teaching and what they do to engage with our kids. |  by Scott Nishimura  | What’s it take to teach these days? These 10 teachers can provide some idea. Fort W... Read more

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