Sponsored by San Antonio ISD to stand up COVID-19 vaccine site at Alamo Stadium The San Antonio school district plans to set up a COVID-19 vaccine site with help from local health care providers. by Brooke Crum Latest Community activist Rev. David Semrad remembered for dedication to education equity by Lindsey Carnett Northside ISD teacher: ‘We can’t really overcome critical learning loss if we’re dead’ by Brooke Crum Lawsuit for tenant facing eviction accuses Alamo Heights ISD of violating law by Brooke Crum San Antonio school district to roll out free COVID-19 testing for all teachers and students by Brooke Crum Texas unveils plan to have all students take STAAR online by 2022 by Aliyya Swaby, The Texas Tribune More news Special ed students fill ‘instrumental’ role at Children’s Hospital while learning workplace skills San Antonio ISD students with disabilities learn workplace skills while working as interns at the Children’s Hospital of San Antonio through a national program. by Brooke Crum ‘Don’t cut and keep going’: Bernal seeks to preserve education funding in 2021 legislative session State Rep. Diego Bernal, vice chairman of the House Committee on Public Education, talks about his priorities for public education for the 2021 legislative session. by Brooke Crum Palo Alto College officials hope MacKenzie Scott’s $20M gift leads to more donations, student success Billionaire philanthropist MacKenzie Scott’s $20 million gift to Palo Alto College isn’t just unusual because of its size. by Brooke Crum For international students, pandemic travel restrictions mean spending the holidays alone Global COVID-19 travel precautions means some international students are spending the holidays from from home and family. by Samantha Ruvalcaba San Antonio education officials urge state to vaccinate school staff against COVID-19 San Antonio education officials are petitioning Gov. Greg Abbott to vaccinate all school staff against COVID-19. by Brooke Crum San Antonio schools could lose millions if state doesn’t extend pandemic funding protections Seventeen San Antonio school districts could lose $85 million over the spring semester if the state does not extend funding protections. by Brooke Crum Judson ISD swears in board member who previously served The Judson ISD board welcomed back Rafael “Rafa” Diaz Jr. on Thursday, appointing him to fill the vacant at-large seat. by Brooke Crum Edgewood ISD wants thousands of failing high school students back on campus in January Edgewood ISD wants 1,438 high school students who are failing three or more classes to discontinue remote learning in January. by Brooke Crum North East ISD suspends 2020 basketball games, practices after increase in COVID-19 cases North East ISD put its basketball program on pause for two weeks, after 33 players and coaches tested positive for COVID-19 and 117 others have quarantined. by Brooke Crum Aiming to build high-tech ‘workforce pipeline,’ UTSA and Port San Antonio sign 5-year pact UTSA and Port San Antonio officials agreed to a five-year partnership in hopes of creating a workforce pipeline for the future. by Lindsey Carnett COVID-19 cases in San Antonio schools spike after Thanksgiving State data shows several San Antonio school districts reported more coronavirus cases among staff and students after the Thanksgiving break. by Brooke Crum Pulido, Sachanowicz win in Alamo Colleges runoff elections The Alamo Colleges District board will welcome two new faces after Saturday’s runoff elections for the District 4 and 9 seats. by Brooke Crum Load more posts Loading… Something went wrong. Please refresh the page and/or try again.