State education accountability results released Thursday morning showed most San Antonio-area school districts improved in performance over last year.
The superintendents discussed how their districts are overcoming challenges and seeking new ways of serving the students and families in their districts.
San Antonio may soon be home to three of five districts statewide with a board of managers, the most severe penalty TEA can enforce.
Edgewood, Harlandale, and Judson ISDs’ boards of trustees approved budgets last week with pay increases for staff and lower tax rates.
The Edgewood ISD board plans to vote on a district budget on June 25. The proposal currently includes a 3 percent staff pay raise and increases to stipends.
San Antonio superintendents call the Legislature’s school finance bill the most transformational school funding legislation in 100 years.
Edgewood’s governing board will gain three trustees Tuesday night as the TEA continues its process to transition the West Side district back to elected governance by 2020.
An all-girls kindergarten-through-middle-school academy and a culinary and health science focus at Memorial High are among the plan’s new school models.
Educators, industry officials, and community members celebrated the induction of four people into the San Antonio Aviation and Aerospace Hall of Fame.
Local school districts are working to expand access to full-day pre-K programs. Southwest ISD recently voted to open their pre-K program to all district 4-year-olds.