SA2020 launched a yearlong community engagement strategy to help inform its next decade of work and rebranding process.
Edgewood ISD plans to turn over operations at Gus Garcia Middle School and the special education-focused Burleson Center to Texas A&M-San Antonio. TAMU-SA will take on the school’s operations this fall.
Educators and city leaders announced the launch of the National Institute of Mexican American History of Civil Rights Tuesday morning. The institute will be the home of artifacts detailing the history of Mexican Americans and their role in the civil rights movement.
SPONSORED: St. Mary’s University offers a cutting-edge Master of Science in Industrial/Organizational Psychology program that prepares students for the expanding field.
A trip to the National Memorial for Peace and Justice, or the Lynching Memorial, in Alabama, highlighted an ugly history some have tried to erase.
More than 70 kids descended on Kazen Middle School on Saturday, ready to test their skills at the 24th Annual Martin Luther King Jr. Chess Tournament.
U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue visited Castle Hills Elementary School on Friday for a roundtable discussion on school lunches.
Alamo Colleges announced a $1.5 million donation from the Charles Butt Foundation to fund Alamo Promise at a luncheon Thursday afternoon.
City Council will likely ask voters to reauthorize an eighth-of-a-cent sales tax to fund Pre-K 4 SA on the May 2020 ballot.
With just a few weeks left to place the Pre-K 4 SA funding reauthorization on the May ballot, City Council has yet to decide when the election will occur.
Proposed state changes would create a new scoring system to fast-track expansion of high-performing charters while keeping others from opening new schools.