A new year in Harlandale ISD brought changes to district leadership. Gerardo Soto, the new superintendent, spoke with the Rivard Report about his priorities and transition plan.
School districts can soon begin applying for money from the teacher pay incentive allotment, a new program that will award some teachers up to a $32,000 bonus.
Edgewood teachers and administrators at two schools learned this week they would have to reapply for their jobs under a new school restart program.
SAISD is expected to place a $1.25 billion bond issue on the November ballot. If voters approve, it would be the largest bond ever passed in San Antonio.
Citing negative coverage in the media and a need for a more direct link to the community, South San trustees voted Wednesday to hire a communications specialist to speak for the board.
As students begin classes this January, Palo Alto College becomes the second Texas higher education institution to offer a degree in viticulture and enology, or grape growing and winemaking.
South San ISD will offer a new dual language program at five district elementaries starting next fall. Classes will open to prekindergarten and kindergarten students.
Edgewood ISD plans to turn over operations at Gus Garcia Middle School and the special education-focused Burleson Center to Texas A&M-San Antonio. TAMU-SA will take on the school’s operations this fall.
Educators and city leaders announced the launch of the National Institute of Mexican American History of Civil Rights Tuesday morning. The institute will be the home of artifacts detailing the history of Mexican Americans and their role in the civil rights movement.
More than 70 kids descended on Kazen Middle School on Saturday, ready to test their skills at the 24th Annual Martin Luther King Jr. Chess Tournament.