The latest campaign finance reports reveal who is supporting candidates for San Antonio ISD school board in the upcoming May 4 election.
Rick Casey writes that SAISD’s current board is the district’s strongest in at least 50 years. Still, a teachers union is backing opposition candidates.
The City Council decision marked the end of a long tug-of-war over the 1915 Beacon Hill building and whether it should be preserved.
A tentative agreement has been reached to move forward with the demolition of a historic campus building on SAISD’s Beacon Hill Academy campus.
Where a child lives in San Antonio may shape their economic future regardless of whether or not they grew up in a poor household.
Trustees still have some confusion over who can police violations of the proposed standards. State law doesn’t allow trustees to vote out a member for code violations.
The San Antonio Independent School District board may get to see a first draft of a district ethics policy as early as September.
If the demolition permit is granted, SAISD would request bids from contractors, take bids to trustees for a vote, and then initiate the process.
Parents previously asked SAISD and the City to find a path forward through demolition or renovation. On Friday, they called for the building’s demolition.
SAISD trustee Steve Lecholop said he hopes this code of ethics will become a “national model” and his board’s legacy.