Fitch Ratings downgraded Harlandale ISD’s bond rating from an AA to an AA- Monday. The ratings agency cited findings from a TEA investigation in its reasoning for the downgrade.
Class is back in session for San Antonio public school students. Students at Wright Elementary were welcomed back to campus with pom poms and songs from the Jackson 5.
Even with an infusion of new money from House Bill 3, Alamo Heights ISD adopted a deficit budget and expects to pay $32 million back to the State in the coming fiscal year.
The Holdsworth Center works with a small number of Texas school districts but aims to create a network of public education leaders throughout the state.
South San trustees passed a balanced budget Monday night, but concerns persist after initial enrollment estimates for three reopened campuses were low.
If Ogden Academy’s performance doesn’t improve by next year, the school may have to close. Here’s how SAISD and Relay Lab Schools plan to improve student outcomes.
Harlandale ISD trustees voted Monday to fill an open board seat despite the State’s plan to take over governance of the school district.
SAISD was one of the few Texas school districts that offered continuing contracts to teachers. Trustees voted Monday to stop the practice.
South San ISD worked on a tight timeline to ready Athens Elementary, Kazen Middle School, and West Campus High School, which welcomed students Monday.
Christine Arredondo, who owns a gourmet olive oil shop in San Antonio, estimates she uses four or five different olive oils with her meals on any given day.