Here are some resources listed by school district for parents and families during the coronavirus pandemic:
Written by Diego Bernal on Nov 15 2016 - 11:04pm
Editor's Note: This column has been republished with the permission of Texas Rep. Diego Bernal. He originally published his education report here. My commitment to public education is rooted in two core beliefs: The first is that education can solve our most pressing problems — poverty, hunger, inadequate health care, the lack of affordable housing, unemployment, crime, the need for criminal justice reform, and many more.
Written by abnaz on Feb 1 2012 - 2:08pm
REPLAY THE VIDEO of NOWCastSA's webcast of the Save Texas Schools San Antonio regional conference on Feb. 3 at the Northside Activity Center. At the conference, education advocates told the audience of about 300 parents and educators to focus on the November state elections and to take action against state lawmakers who voted to cut $5.4 billion in education funding last year.
Written by Joe Ruiz on Aug 16 2011 - 12:58pm
Telling the story of his one semester as a substitute teacher at Jefferson High School, San Antonio Mayor Julián Castro told teachers preparing for the upcoming school year that he knows the impact they can have on students. He also implored them to continue their push toward making the city's education system top-notch.Castro gave a brief speech to teachers on Tuesday, August 16, at Carlos Coon Elementary in the Northside Independent School District, praising them for their work and talking up the SA2020 initiative.
Written by Joe Ruiz on Mar 28 2011 - 3:42pm
Candidates in various school board races have been invited to participate in a forum scheduled for next week at San Antonio College.The forum, which will be moderated by Steve Spriester of KSAT-TV and Brenda Jimenez of Univision, will take place from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m., on both Monday, April 4, and Tuesday, April 5, in the McAllister Auditorium on the campus of San Antonio College.
Written by Joe Ruiz on Feb 21 2011 - 11:47am
On Sunday, Feb. 20, the superintendents of Northside and North East ISDs met at Colonial Hills United Methodist Church to talk about the upcoming district budget cuts designed to anticipate the projected $27 billion state budget shortfall over the next two years.