SAISD, San Antonio College, and Methodist Hospital are working together to plan a new program that would graduate high-school students as certified RNs.
Alamo Heights, East Central, and Northside ISDs are developing community-based accountability systems to evaluate more than just STAAR results.
During Thursday’s South San meeting, the board attorney told clapping students to “shut up,” and a board majority approved plans to reopen schools by fall.
*Sponsored* The DoSeum is offering five week-long Master Camp sessions for kids interested in taking a deep dive into a specific advanced technology.
An all-girls kindergarten-through-middle-school academy and a culinary and health science focus at Memorial High are among the plan’s new school models.
Robert Rivard, editor and publisher of the Rivard Report, moderated the Teach For America-organized forum at The Garage at Pearl.
Thomas Mengler announced Thursday that the dean of St. Mary’s University School of Law would be stepping down and returning to a role on the faculty.
The 4th Court of Appeals dismissed a lawsuit that sought to halt the partnership between SAISD and Democracy Prep at Stewart Elementary.
State Senators Pete Flores and José Menéndez wrote to the TEA Wednesday, asking the state to intervene in South San Antonio ISD because of concerns of board governance.
The San Antonio Alliance called on the Texas Education Agency to send five management agreements back to SAISD for more community engagement.
A member of the South San Antonio Independent School District board of trustees outlines why the district’s three closed campuses need to be reopened.