NEISD Superintendent Brian Gottardy will retire from his post atop San Antonio's second largest district at the end of this school year.
Families of students at the Academy at Morgan's Wonderland and the Bridge at Morgan's Wonderland were notified of the school's closure Tuesday.
Three local school districts will partner with the San Antonio Police Department in a new program designed to help keep students in school and learning even after they experience traumatic incidents.
Applications for The DoSeum’s 2019 STEM Teacher Cohort program are open to teachers of third-, fourth-, and fifth-grade students.
Members of the Edgewood ISD governing board on Tuesday learned the two ways they can fill a board vacancy at Tuesday night's board meeting.
There were more questions than answers at the end of a Monday night panel pertaining to East Central ISD's proposal to arm teachers and staff.
The project aims to help schools award hundreds of thousands more degrees by 2025 and eliminate the achievement gap for low-income and minority students.
Our reporters have been taking note of the most poignant, strange, candid, or eloquent assertions throughout the year.
Diana Herrera remembers sitting in an Edgewood High School class, listening for her name over the school intercom as the counseling department called students in for college guidance.
I'm grateful for a stranger’s help in getting into college but outraged that other young people like me were forgoing their dreams due to bad information.
Regardless of their size, demographics, or wealth, San Antonio school districts want to see change in the way Texas public schools are funded.