The Centers for Applied Science and Technology has plans for CAST STEM at Palo Alto College and a third high school in Brooks.
Forty-nine people signed up to speak during citizens to be heard, some opposing SAISD’s addition of LGBTQIA protections to its non-discrimination policy.
The City of San Antonio and Bexar County have each contributed $250,000 to CAST Tech, which promises to serve as a talent generator for the tech community.
How do some local schools teach students about the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001? Several local high school teachers share their lesson plans.
The religious group San Antonio in Black, White and Brown (SABWB) plans to present petitions to “reverse the ruling” that added gender identity and sexual orientation to the district’s non-discrimination policy.
As he enters his third year at the helm of SAISD, Superintendent Pedro Martinez has been tasked with turning around underperforming schools.
SAISD has become the first district in Bexar County to add sexual orientation, gender identity, and gender expression to its nondiscrimination policies.
The Rolling Riders program aims to foster literacy by giving children access to digital books on Wi-Fi-equipped buses.
On the former Pickett Academy campus, SAISD will house two new departments: the Department of Family and Community Engagement and the Office of Innovation.
If Congress supports the White House in defunding AmeriCorps, San Antonio will likely lose most City Year and College Advising Corps services.