After Years On State’s Failing List, Dallas’ Pinkston High School Turned Things Around

The school was two years away from facing consequences for poor performance.

By Bill ZeebleMay 31, 2018 9:30 am| , , ,

From KERA:

Once on the state’s list of failing schools, Pinkston High School in west Dallas has managed to turn things around, meeting state education standards for the past three years.

Now, with the nearby Edison Middle Learning Center closing, Pinkston is preparing to take in hundreds of younger students coming from the struggling school.

Read the full story on Pinkston and explore more about failing schools in our in-depth education series, “The Race To Save Failing Schools.”