The Texas Education Agency reports that more than 92 percent of SAISD’s 53,000 students qualify as economically disadvantaged.
UTSA President Taylor Eighmy hopes to rebuild enrollment to 15,000 students over the next 10 years, with an ambitious downtown expansion plan.
Tuesday marks the Legislature’s first foray of 2018 into fixing a problem that has plagued Texas schools for decades – school finance.
At a time when traditional public school districts often seem at war with charter schools, San Antonio Independent School District consistently has been welcoming, with 20 in-district charters.
Housing directly impacts all other opportunities within a person’s life – that was the premise of Sunday’s Dreamweek event, Redeeming the American Dream.
Former SAISD board member Olga Hernandez on Monday took the stand in her own defense in her federal trial on charges of fraud and bribery.
An event geared toward recruiting girls to CAST STEM High School in the Southwest Independent School District became a night of testimonials from women who pursued careers in STEM fields.
San Antonio Chamber of Commerce and 15 local superintendents sent a letter urging the State to leave such privacy matters to local education leaders.
The projects are part of an initiative to make conservation and ecology part of campus culture and academic study.