The Alamo Colleges District is partnering with Texas A&M-College Station and Chevron to make engineering degrees more affordable to San Antonio students.
Edward Mungia, who works on Councilman Rey Saldaña’s staff, is the newest member of the South San Antonio Independent School District board of trustees.
Pre-K 4 SA’s first-come, first-served enrollment will open on Thursday for the 2018-19 school year with only 2,000 spots available.
The aspirations of the law school’s new Law Success Program include boosting scores on law school tests and improving bar exam results.
Two of the three students at Edgewood ISD who recently received a STEM award say that means continuing their studies in college. The third student doesn’t necessarily see college as his next step.
St. Mary’s University’s goal is lofty – six times larger than any other fundraising effort in the school’s history.
U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor spoke Thursday morning to an audience of roughly 500 UTSA students, faculty, and staff about her path to the nation’s highest court and approach to the law.
Northside Independent School District, San Antonio’s largest school district, will ask voters to approve a bond of $848.91 million in May.
U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor will address a University of Texas at San Antonio audience Thursday morning about her personal journey from a childhood in the Bronx to becoming the first Hispanic on the Supreme Court.
Tuesday marks the Legislature’s first foray of 2018 into fixing a problem that has plagued Texas schools for decades – school finance.
SAISD board trustees on Monday delayed the creation of a special ethics committee to review and assess notes from Olga Hernandez’s federal fraud trial.