Fort Worth superintendent Walter Dansby spoke to a sell out crowd of 275 people at the annual State of Education Address today. Here's Thursday's article on the event.
And here's a Fort Worth ISD photo gallery from the luncheon.
"The state of Education in the Fort Worth ISD is strong," the school district said on its website. (There's also a video link).
"Using live comments and a fourteen minute video presentation the superintendent told the assembled group that improving student achievement starts at the ring of the bell, with choices for students to pursue studies that interest them most and the creation of learning networks," the school district said.
Dansby's address was the keynote speech at the Fort Worth Chamber of Commerce's luncheon, held at the Ridglea Country Club.
Dansby has been with Fort Worth schools for 39 years and is a graduate of Dunbar High School.