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Written by evrard on Mar 19, 2015
REPLAY VIDEO:  Webcast of The Positive Deviance Way: Solving Complex Problems by Uncovering and Amplifying Wisdom that is Present but Hidden, a keynote presentation by positive deviance researcher and author Arvind Singhal, PhD.
Written by UTSA-CEHD on Mar 18, 2015
Replay videos:  UTSA College of Education and Human Development hosted the Global Latino Education Advocacy Days Summit on March 26, 2015. Scroll down to replay videos from the event.
Written by lcarter on Mar 11, 2015
Sometimes great things come in small packages. Take for instance the award-winning Spare Parts MINI ART MUSEUM (MAM). The mini museum concept sprang from the artistically fertile imagination of teacher and artist Gabriella Santiago, and Spare Parts founder and director Mary Elizabeth Cantú.
Written by evrard on Feb 26, 2015
REPLAY the VIDEO: Watch the webcast from the March 4 Center for Public Policy Priorities annual Texas KIDS Count report on the very latest data about how kids are doing in Texas. A panel of policy, business, and research experts will discuss “Why Pre-K? Why Now? - Joining Forces to Make Kids a Priority.” Panelists include:
Written by City of San Antonio on Feb 19, 2015
REPLAY VIDEO: The City’s Office of Historic Preservation (OHP) unveiled a study evaluating the economic impact of historic preservation in San Antonio. The report titled Historic Preservation: Essential to the Economy and Quality of Life in San Antonio, was created by Donovan Rypkema, Principal of PlaceEconomics. The study “reveals historic preservation in general and neighborhoods in particular, are not only compatible with the goals of SA2020, but are an indispensable component towards achieving them,” said Rypkema.