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Transforming Discipline in Dallas ISD

“We have all these tools, devices, curriculum– why would I ever suspend a student again?” That’s the question posed by Dallas Independent School District Superintendent Dr. Michael Hinojosa in our new video [...]

Texas’ biggest public policy festival wrapped up last weekend. Thousands of engaged Texans flooded the streets for three days of panels covering federal, state and [...]

NOTE: Data provided is from the 2017-18 school year, before the policy change at Marsh occurred

Turning around a struggling school is incredibly difficult work, for administrators, educators, and- especially- every student in attendance. “I absolutely love Isaiah. I'm very happy [...]

We’re thrilled to announce that Dallas has been named the newest New Skills for Youth (NSFY) Innovation Site, thanks in large part to the work [...]

House Bill 3 injected significant funds into early literacy this session in an effort to improve Texas’ low reading proficiency rates among 3rd and 4th [...]

Per state legislation under House Bill 22, the Texas Education Agency (“TEA”) released its second set of letter grades for all public school districts and [...]

Yesterday, the family at Grand Prairie ISD, along with our family at The Commit Partnership and the educational community at large, suffered a tremendous loss [...]

After five years serving as a public school teacher in North Texas, Carlee Kumler simply couldn’t do it anymore. “It took every drop of energy [...]

"If you can't measure it, you can't improve it." It’s a phrase widely employed in the private sector but too often ignored when it comes [...]

Election day is quickly approaching in municipal and school board races across Dallas County.  If you regularly vote in these local elections, you’ve likely been [...]

For over seven years, the Commit Partnership has been dedicated to the success of every student in North Texas, especially students of color and students [...]

After serving for a year on the Texas Commission for Public School Finance, Senate Education Chair Larry Taylor (R-Friendswood) filed legislation on March 8th to [...]