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.
The resignation of Emilio Castro, who was investigated after harassment allegations were made against him, is effective March 31.
State Sen. José Menéndez has asked the Texas Education Agency for a status update on the governance of troubled Edgewood ISD.
SAISD is negotiating another partnership with a Dallas-based charter network to address low graduation rates at Lanier and Highlands high schools.
NDAs are critical tools to ensure proprietary data is protected, but they should never be used to discourage or prohibit the reporting of harassment.
The lawmakers covered a range of topics, but residents who raised questions focused primarily on local development and the state school financing system.
Bexar County Judge Nelson Wolff said he wants to continue his work on the issues of economic development, quality of life, and public safety.
It’s a fight that spiked during the special session called by Gov. Greg Abbott that resulted in wins for both sides, but is far from over.
As of Sept. 1, Texas schools have expanded resources and jurisdiction to confront cyberbullying through legislation known as David’s Law.
San Antonio Archbishop Gustavo García-Siller said religious leaders are ready back immigrants despite the “sanctuary cities” law.