The San Antonio Independent School District board issued a proposal for a 3-cent property tax rate increase to mitigate a budget deficit.
San Antonio Independent School District finalized layoffs for 132 teachers and 31 administrators to help close a $31 million budget gap.
Ahead of layoffs that could affect up to 60 teachers, SAISD officials on Tuesday announced they would meet with teachers recommended for termination.
After a controversial charter vote, posters criticizing San Antonio ISD Superintendent Pedro Martinez appeared around the district last week.
Charter school operators function free of many of the rules governing Texas’ public school districts, resulting an uneven playing field.
Trustees unanimously approved the use of a “necessary reduction in personnel” as a possible option to combat the district’s $31 million deficit.
San Antonio Independent School District Superintendent Pedro Martinez is not getting the high level of community-wide support he needs to succeed.
San Antonio Independent School District will likely face a significant budget deficit because of declining enrollment, its superintendent said.
SAISD voted Monday to bring a Dallas-based charter operator to Highlands HS for students who have dropped out or are behind one or more years.
The unanimous vote solidified a deal that has been months in the making between the district and New York-based charter operator Democracy Prep.