UTSA will launch a new college in January 2020. Students can enroll in the College for Health, Community, and Policy in Fall 2020.
Pedro Martinez entered his fifth school year as superintendent of San Antonio ISD. With the school board’s support, he continues to reshape the inner-city district.
Texas is spending more than $20 million a year in state and federal dollars on districts and outside consultants working to give individual schools more freedom from state and local regulations.
*Sponsored* Commissioned by Northwest Vista College and created by artist Adriana M.J. Garcia, a new mural depicts the journey and hardship of equity in education.
SAISD has seen a steady decrease in student enrollment in recent years. Tuesday night, a district official announced enrollment appears to have leveled off.
SAISD plans to install almost 80 miles of high-speed fiber to connect all schools and district facilities to an updated internet system, which will be completed in time for the 2020-21 school year.
Judson ISD Trustee Richard LaFoille submitted his resignation to the district’s board president. He is the second trustee to resign in the past two months.
A new laboratory at UTSA will help researchers design resilient infrastructure in the face of hurricanes and other natural disasters.
Students graduating from 25 Bexar County public high schools will be able to attend Alamo Colleges tuition-free with Wednesday’s launch of Alamo Promise.
Judson trustees voted unanimously Tuesday night to fill a vacant board seat. Rafael Diaz will take the oath of office on Oct. 10.
The U.S. Department of Education awarded Our Lady of the Lake University $3 million over five years to improve postgraduate opportunities for Hispanic students.