A push to reopen three campuses has district onlookers questioning once again how the board is working with district staff and whether the move makes sense.
The Holdsworth Center, a training institute for public school administrators, said Kate Rogers resigned as president last week.
If you’re staying in town for Spring Break and need kid-friendly ideas, we’ve gathered some activities to keep your children occupied.
Trinity’s 150th anniversary celebration began with students and other participants performing community service work throughout San Antonio.
The Senate is proposing $5,000 raises for each teacher and librarian. The House is calling for raising minimum salaries and increasing benefits.
The proposal faces an uphill climb in the lower chamber, with House Speaker Dennis Bonnen saying he prefers to give school districts flexibility on addressing teacher pay.
For many Texas businesses, every week that a school district mandates students report early is a week of lost revenue – and that carries far-reaching implications.
Texas’ lack of a nondiscrimination law that protects sexual orientation and gender identity expression is adversely affecting the state’s LGBTQIA teachers.
A tentative agreement has been reached to move forward with the demolition of a historic campus building on SAISD’s Beacon Hill Academy campus.
Schloss, who survived the Nazi death camp at Auschwitz, will speak Tuesday, March 19, at Trinity University’s Laurie Auditorium.
Alamo Colleges voted to forgive debts of less than $500 from students who enrolled in Fall 2017 or before. More than 9,000 students qualify for the program.