Gov. Greg Abbott signed Tuesday the high-priority House Bill 3, boosting per-student funding, reducing property taxes across the state – via @TexasTribune
In a profession dominated by women, educators often don’t have access to paid maternity leave. Without this benefit, teachers struggle to plan a family.
Mark Larson started with KIPP in 2002. In July he will become the executive director of City Education Partners, a group that tackles citywide education problems.
*Sponsored* The DoSeum is offering five week-long Master Camp sessions for kids interested in taking a deep dive into a specific advanced technology.
The TEA delivered a final report to Harlandale ISD on Friday, recommending the state install a board of managers, conservator, and lower the district’s accreditation status.
*Sponsored* St. Mary’s University School of Law alumna Chief Justice Sandee Bryan Marion chairs the council of the chief justices of all 14 Texas appellate courts.
UTSA returned to its birth place to celebrate the signing of the bill that established it as San Antonio’s first four-year public university
New data shows a considerable shortage in qualified IT talent, but experts say San Antonio’s talent pool is relatively healthy.
In letter responding to the TEA’s investigation, the South San ISD board counsel refutes some complaints that the district’s board of trustees exceeded their authority.
As schools close for the summer, school districts are trying to support kids who depend on school meals with free breakfast and lunch.
The City anticipates the area surrounding Texas A&M-San Antonio employing at least 15,000 people by 2040. The SA Tomorrow plan is trying to address this growth.