By any measure, this island of 5.7 million people is a global city, only a half century old as a post-colonial outpost that won independence in 1965, and already is a world pace setter in many categories.
SINGAPORE — Belinda Charles has the résumé of an accomplished lifelong educator: former principal of two secondary schools and a junior college, and before that, vice principal of another junior college.
Some sports fans and commentators think the NFL’s best days are behind it, and that it will be unable to sustain its own growth and profit expectations.
Modern Singapore is rooted in the vision of the country’s first prime minister and its decades-long leader, Lee Kuan Yew. Today it is a vision realized.
Texas public educators and business leaders recently traveled to Singapore to learn more about one of world’s most successful public school systems.
In lieu of enacting real change, the TEA will begin grading school districts and individual public schools on an A-F system starting in August 2018.
The Rivard Report staff just completed its first full year as a 501(c)3 nonprofit enterprise and will soon celebrate the fifth anniversary of publication.
Few in San Antonio can comprehend what we have accomplished together because too few stories are published locally about our public health care workers, programs, and institutions.
The health care and bioscience industry is the city’s most important economic engine and it continues to grow.
You might still be experiencing election fatigue one month and a few days after the Nov. 8 presidential election, but the holidays will soon come and go, and then it will be a new year and time for the citizens of San Antonio to focus on the future of the city and the people we want as our elected leaders.