Mark Eads, who has led Southside Independent School District through turbulent times since his hiring in May 2016, will offically retire June 30, 2020.
Dozens of advocates gathered in Austin on Wednesday to push the State Board of Education to approve a proposed African American studies course.
Trustees on North East ISD’s board selected a replacement for Joseph Treviño, who resigned in late September after being banned from campuses and district events.
After six years leading Randolph Field ISD, Superintendent Lance Johnson plans to leave San Antonio for a new superintendent position near Waco.
St. Mary’s University announced it exceeded its largest university fundraising campaign in school history two years ahead of schedule.
Northside ISD opened its first high school magnet program in a decade this fall. Next year, it will open its first middle school magnet program.
With the majority of Bexar County votes and all of Atascosa County votes tabulated, the $20 million Somerset ISD bond appears to have gained voter approval.
A UTSA faculty group published a petition last Thursday, calling on the university to embrace its identity as a Hispanic Serving Institution.
Judson ISD trustees chose Shatonya King to fill a vacant board seat. The board now has six female trustees, the largest number of women serving on a San Antonio school board.
Citing a decline in the number of migrants passing through San Antonio, city officials announced the migrant resource center will close Friday.