VIA Metropolitan Transit approved a new program allowing organizations that primarily serve the poor to buy discounted bus passes for their clients.
Commentary: It’s time to connect the dots between economic security and domestic violence. This is not just a women’s issue.
Federal poverty figures don’t tell the whole story of the educational challenges in SAISD, says the district’s innovation officer, Mohammed Choudhury.
The poverty rate in SA inched slightly upward to 18.5%, higher than the statewide rate of 15.6%, according to data released by the U.S. Census Bureau.
Mayor Ivy Taylor was surprised to find herself the subject of a viral video featuring her answer to a question about the causes of poverty.
When voters see San Antonio ISD’s $450 million bond and $0.13 tax increase on the ballot this November, they may hesitate before voting yes to what appears to be a very expensive ask.
More than 30,000 cans of tuna, green beans, and other staples were scattered around the North Star Mall Monday in colorful displays that called attention to hunger relief.
For some, it’s paying for groceries or a babysitter.
San Antonio should have great hope in the scrappy systematics of San Antonio ISD Superintendent Pedro Martinez and straight-talking ring fighters like Stewart Elementary School Principal Traci Smith.
The Center for Public Policy Priorities (CPPP) released their 2015 State of Texas Children Report on Wednesday.