The Trinity Tower is an iconic feature of the midtown San Antonio skyline, and soon it – along with the rest of the university – may be protected for posterity.
If Texas doesn’t figure out a way to bridge the education gaps between its white and Hispanic populations, the poverty level in the state will skyrocket.
In 2014 and 2015, the Northside ISD school board was recognized as one of the best in the state, and it has continued on that trajectory.
The panel discussion “Contemporary Thought Leaders: A Civic Engagement Symposium” will take place at the Pearl Stable on April 10 at 6:30 p.m.
By modeling empathy and teaching kids how to operate in the social world, parents can do a lot to keep their kids from bullying others.
The proposed House budget offers the first glimpse of a bipartisan conviction that it is time to rise above politics to address education issues in Texas.
The 2017 bond plan is an expression of the culture of the Alamo Heights community. If we don’t like what we see, then we need to ask why.
On Thursday, the House overwhelmingly passed an amendment to the Senate budget prohibiting any state funds to be spent on a “school choice” program.
Now in its second year, the festival will take place on Sunday, April 9 from 11 a.m.-5 p.m. at the Witte Museum’s Mays Family Center.
San Antonio’s March for Science is set for Earth Day, April 22, and will kick off at 10 a.m. in San Pedro Park.
With the passage of the Senate’s proposed budget, the state share in public education, which was at almost 50% in 1993, will drop to 38% by 2019