On the green manicured grounds of the San Antonio Country Club, Andre Agassi wore black.
IDEA Public Schools, one of Texas’ most successful and rapidly expanding charter networks, celebrated the opening of its newest campus, IDEA Mays Academy and College Prep, with a ribbon cutting and dedication ceremony Tuesday.
A few blocks south of new lofts sprouting up around the Bluestar Arts Complex, planted along the Phase 3 section of the San Pedro Creek Improvements Project, a different kind of urban development project has made a home in the San Antonio.
Customized, project-based learning.
A team of six national researchers is analyzing teaching methods in several dual language schools across the United States, Texas, and San Antonio in hopes of improving the educational landscape for Latino students. Studies show that educational outcomes for Latino students in the U.S. are generally worse than their Anglo counterparts’, and it’s been this way throughout history.
An in-district charter tailored to invigorate and inspire students for careers in “high-demand, 21st century technology” fields will soon move into two unused buildings on the Fox Tech High School campus, San Antonio Independent School District officials announced Thursday morning.
Araceli, 19, looks like most of the other students on campus at Northwest Vista College.
The prolific and high achieving charter network, IDEA Public Schools was named the top charter school network in the country on Monday.
It’s an unusual case of collateral damage, but the suppression of domestic political opposition, independent media, and open protest in Turkey by President Tayyip Erdoğan and his attacks on Fethullah Gülen, a onetime ally now living in political exile in a small Pennsylvania town 90 miles north of Philadelphia, has spilled over to a Texas-based public charter school.
Local nonprofit research and advocacy organization Children at Risk announced its “Top 10 Schools in San Antonio” lists on Tuesday at the San Antonio Area Foundation.