Long-serving Alamo Colleges Trustee Denver McClendon submitted his resignation letter earlier this month. A replacement will be appointed.
San Antonio may soon be home to three of five districts statewide with a board of managers, the most severe penalty TEA can enforce.
Ten Democratic presidential candidates appeared on stage individually to answer questions from NEA members and talk about their education priorities.
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Competitive video gaming might become a school sport as the University Interscholastic League of Texas studies the posssibility of sanctioning esports.
Edgewood, Harlandale, and Judson ISDs’ boards of trustees approved budgets last week with pay increases for staff and lower tax rates.
The Harlandale board voted to terminate Superintendent Rey Madrigal and appeal TEA’s sanctions over governance and procurement practices.
More than 400 South San High School students have been matched with mentors through Building a Purpose, an organization that seeks to highlight the students’ opportunities.
Trinity University received a $1 million dollar gift from The Financial Literacy of South Texas Foundation for a permanent endowment.
At SAISD’s first Mexican American Studies camp, more than 100 students learned about the local history and culture and heard from prominent Mexican Americans.
The Texas Education Agency told Harlandale ISD on Tuesday it would appoint a board of managers, a new superintendent, and a conservator.