If 1.0 was the school house, suited to agrarian calendars/needs, 2.0 was the industrialized model. Educators today face the challenge of moving toward 3.0.
The grand opening celebrated the completion of a $100,000 million transformation of the Witte Museum’s 90-year-old campus.
On Feb. 14, Dr. Ricardo Romo was placed on administrative leave “pending conduct review.” What followed was more than two weeks of near-silence.
When the topic of equal pay for women surfaces in a conversation, some may question if the issue still exists in today’s workplace.
Oftentimes something that began small got transformed into something tremendous – innovations that drive whole sectors of our economy and improve lives.
To maximize the benefits of its alignment with local industries and businesses, CAST Tech has announced its first 12-member industry advisory committee.
Speakers at San Antonio’s first Digital Inclusion Summit advocated for bridging the digital divide by extending high-speed internet access citywide.
House Public Education Chairman Dan Huberty’s comments about school choice legislation being a “dead” issue this legislative session have angered Texas supporters of the voucher-like programs.
“They have to decide who their customer is. Is it liberal arts students or is it industry?”
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Jonah Wendt expected controversy when Tigers for Liberty invited Dinesh D’Souza to speak at Trinity. He did not expect it to come right to his doorstep.