A highly publicized study suggested that dual credit may not help college goers, but almost every other study on this topic has had the opposite finding.
I am disappointed in Mayor Ivy Taylor’s recent decisions to unnecessarily inject partisan politics into our local elections, and in a way that is deceptive and unfair.
Many people have asked me to endorse a candidate for Mayor of San Antonio.
In 1997, I came home to San Antonio after spending eight years away.
In its nearly 300-year history, San Antonio’s development has been interlaced with our region’s creeks, rivers, and the Edwards Aquifer.
The night before his assassination, the Reverend Martin Luther King Jr. addressed a packed house in Memphis.
My dad fixed and installed AC units at Lackland Air Force Base, and picked up extra jobs in the evenings and on the weekend.
The City of San Antonio’s stellar bond rating is something to be proud of – and protected.
Like so many parents, I’m dismayed that the state’s standardized testing regime has taken over our classrooms. Last spring the state began implementing the new State of Texas Assessments of Academic Readiness (STAAR) program, which requires annual testing for students from third grade through their senior year in high school. High school students are now required to take up to 15 exams in order to graduate. Some local school districts are devoting more than 20% of instructional days to testing.