The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation awarded the 2018 Culture of Health Prize to San Antonio for its commitment to health equity.
The proposed $2.8 billion budget, up 5.8 percent from last year, allocates $4.8 million in direct city funds to Metro Health initiatives.
San Antonio’s 4-year olds have something to say about their city, and the rest of the population will have an opportunity to see the results, in an exhibition and online auction.
Early child educators on Tuesday emphasized the need for high-quality programs to bridge achievement gaps common in San Antonio.
To make the coming years more equitable and prosperous for everyone, San Antonio leaders must expand early childhood education and social services.
After the Florida school shooting, San Antonio public schools continue to institute safeguards against potential threats to students.
Early childhood education will be the focus of the 2018 San Antonio Regional PK-12 Public Education Forum, slated for March 6.
Pre-K 4 SA's first-come, first-served enrollment will open on Thursday for the 2018-19 school year with only 2,000 spots available.
As the Texas state government reverts to partisan revenge, the City of San Antonio has continued its march forward.
The city's signature early childhood education program continues to show signs of success as its first class of students progresses through the third grade, results that could prove meaningful when City Council members decide in late 2020 whether to continue the initiative.