State Sen. José Menéndez and some latino faculty members have expressed concern about the process in which a white finalist was selected to become the next president of UTSA.
The high school sophomore died by self-inflicted asphyxiation on July 8, allegedly following the promptings of the nefarious online Blue Whale Challenge.
Isaiah Gonzalez’s family believes that their son’s death was connected to an insidious social media game.
The DoSeum’s Summer of Tech initiative aims to empower children ages 11 and younger with the fundamentals of computer science skills.
The SA Tricentennial Summer Institute for Educators is the first of many events that will focus on the Education and History component of the Tricentennial.
Aside from showcasing the latest in sustainable technologies and renewable energies, the EPIcenter will accommodate startup businesses and nonprofit groups.
The Raise Your hand Texas Foundation funds pilot programs aimed at improving the education system, and then supports successful programs as they grow.
James “Rad” Weaver frequently points to his Freshman year at John Jay High School in Northside ISD as the source of his success.
Brainnation plans to fill the city with intuitive, student-focused design that offers something better than the school system of the industrial revolution.
San Antonio’s youth is the future of all aspects of our society, so preparing them for a successful trajectory is crucial. SA Works aims to do just that.
During the school year, SAY Sí, a nationally recognized organization that provides after school arts programming, enrolls 150 students from across the city.