KLRN is working with PBS and Committee for Children to create a social-emotional learning program for young San Antonians not enrolled in a preschool.
Students who aren’t agriculturally inclined are joining FFA and 4-H to build robots in an annual competition that shows the high-tech side of farming.
Average Texans and lawmakers alike are going back to the basics on school finance as the State Legislature prepares to tackle a longstanding challenge.
Trinity’s 150th anniversary celebration began with students and other participants performing community service work throughout San Antonio.
A new “opportunity center” aims to support the more than 30,000 San Antonio youth between 16 and 24 who are not working or in school.
District officials on Wednesday presented cost estimates on reopening three schools, but some board members decried a lack of detail and planning.
SAISD Supt. Pedro Martinez recapped SAISD’s past year in his State of the District address, highlighting college readiness and new district initiatives.
New South San Antonio ISD Superintendent Alexandro Flores spoke with the Rivard Report about his approach to leading the district, challenges facing South San, and the proposal to reopen three closed campuses.
Through scholarships and programming, the San Antonio chapter of the Links Inc. works on fulfilling its mission to make a difference in the black community.
Local school districts are working to expand access to full-day pre-K programs. Southwest ISD recently voted to open their pre-K program to all district 4-year-olds.
With its diverse population and engaged community, San Antonio provided the ideal launchpad for Google’s digital citizenship and online safety program.