Commentary: Shows like Dear Evan Hansen remind me of the power of art as social commentary. It sparked conversations for all ages when it debuted in San Antonio last week.
In an email obtained by the Rivard Report, a TEA official told candidates for a Harlandale ISD board of managers that plans for a takeover haven’t changed.
South San Antonio ISD plans to open West Campus High School as a second stand-alone high school next fall. West Campus was one of three schools trustees moved to reopen in a controversial plan last year.
San Antonio ISD will open applications for a new career-focused program at Fox Tech High School. After graduating, students will be able to take the NCLEX and become registered nurses.
UIW announced two anonymous donations totaling $6 million on Friday. The money will be used to transform the former AT&T building and establish a new program there.
A group of alumni from St. Mary’s University School of Law want to move the graduate school campus downtown to a plot on the San Antonio River.
UTSA officials announced Thursday the institution would cover tuition and fees for students in the top 25% of their class whose families make less than $50,500.
To date, close to 6,000 students have indicated interest in the free community college tuition program, Alamo Promise. East Central High School is the school with the most students signed up.
SAISD trustees voted to ask the State to approve four new innovative courses for next year. One of the courses the district hopes to offer is Foundations of Court Reporting.
The San Antonio River Authority plans to move staff currently working at an office space north of downtown to newly purchased space on West Sheridan Street.