State Rep. Diego Bernal and Mayor Ron Nirenberg urged support for LGBTQIA rights at Tech Bloc’s Tech2sDay event.
Even though Bexar County students are showing gains in most of their preliminary STAAR results from April, scores of at-risk students indicate they are not getting the help they need.
Instead of organizing a walkout, students at the Advanced Learning Academy organized activities to initiate a discussion on gun violence.
Holding signs that advocated for student safety, more than 3,300 students marched in a coordinated effort to protest gun violence in downtown San Antonio Saturday.
Tuesday marks the Legislature’s first foray of 2018 into fixing a problem that has plagued Texas schools for decades – school finance.
Housing directly impacts all other opportunities within a person’s life – that was the premise of Sunday’s Dreamweek event, Redeeming the American Dream.
The grant funds SAISD’s Pipeline for College Success program, an initiative aimed at increasing the number of students who enroll in and complete college.
Two local lawmakers and the superintendents of two of the city’s largest school districts on Tuesday discussed the road ahead for Texas public schools.
San Antonio Youth Literacy will host a panel discussion Tuesday on improving literacy and education outcomes in Bexar County schools.
School districts are now allowed to create food pantries on campus to store and distribute leftover food from the cafeteria, as long as they follow state and local health codes.