The building will allow the university to respond to demand for graduates with STEM training and skillsets.
South San Antonio ISD, a small, high-poverty district, has made strides to overcome years of school board infighting and micromanagement.
The Centers for Applied Science and Technology has plans for CAST STEM at Palo Alto College and a third high school in Brooks.
Schools and grocery stores might seem like entirely different institutions, but they have a few critical things in common.
In 1955, Emmett Till was brutally beaten, shot in the head, and sank in a river by white men. When his body was found days later, it was unrecognizable.
Forty-nine people signed up to speak during citizens to be heard, some opposing SAISD’s addition of LGBTQIA protections to its non-discrimination policy.
The City of San Antonio and Bexar County have each contributed $250,000 to CAST Tech, which promises to serve as a talent generator for the tech community.
The religious group San Antonio in Black, White and Brown (SABWB) plans to present petitions to “reverse the ruling” that added gender identity and sexual orientation to the district’s non-discrimination policy.
The Living Heritage Symposium invited preservationists to discuss cultural elements at stake in preservation of the built environment.
As of Sept. 1, Texas schools have expanded resources and jurisdiction to confront cyberbullying through legislation known as David’s Law.