In the past year, UP Partnership has secured more than $2 million in grants, including a $300,000 gift from the Charles Butt Foundation.
The P16Plus Council of Greater Bexar County has become increasingly focused on building and supporting partnerships across sectors.
To make the coming years more equitable and prosperous for everyone, San Antonio leaders must expand early childhood education and social services.
No clean clothes. Doctor’s appointments. Transportation. Depression. These are some of the many reasons students gave to explain why they miss school.
Wells Fargo & Company representatives presented big checks to seven local nonprofits Wednesday.
San Antonio Mayor Ivy Taylor, the first black woman to serve as mayor of a city with more than 1 million people, accepted the challenge to build lasting bridges of opportunity for boys and men of color when she agreed to take part in President Barack Obama’s My Brother’s Keeper Initiative.
This summer, five aspiring change-makers in the education field will work with San Antonio civic and nonprofit entities to broaden their understanding of education outcomes.
Those listening to education reform conversations know that students walk into school with burdens and deficits far outside the scope of traditional instruction. For some of them, high-quality out-of-school time (OST) programs are a vital source of academic, emotional, and social support.
Organizers for My Brother’s Keeper San Antonio revealed an action plan on Monday that lays out steps to help close the educational and employment opportunity gaps for local young men of color.
Texas A&M University-San Antonio (A&M-SA) and Toyota Motor Manufacturing Texas announced Tuesday they are working with two local organizations to help improve educational access for local young men of color.