An experimental blended learning method at KIPP Empower Academy is providing encouraging results for early learners.
The Alamo Colleges hosted a free WhyCareers Lab training session for educators on last weekend at the Lowe-Woods Educational & Community Complex.
Budding journalists at Northeast district middle schools are channeling their creative energy to connect with classmates.
Graduate students at Our Lady of the Lake University spent their summer working one-on-one with kids with communication disorders.
South San district students will have an opportunity to increase their environmental awareness with a field trip courtesy of the San Antonio Water System.
Northeast district schools were recognized for their commitment to school nutrition at a luncheon at the White House.
STEM for College and Career Readiness mini conference shared best practices for educators to implement in classrooms. View Story
Edgewood district community members can take advantage of free computer training at the Hoelscher Technology Lab.
Family Services Association in San Antonio offers a variety of services including child care resources & referrals, counseling, marriage & relationship enrichment and a variety of services targeted at specific groups (youth, families, military, seniors, parents and the workplace).
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The T-STEM Academy on the city’s west side grew a little bigger this fall by adding a new sophomore class to its campus. View Story
Leaping into the 21st century with technology-based curriculum is what McAllen ISD hopes to accomplish by purchasing an Apple iPad for all of its 25,000 students, district officials announced.
To begin the transition process, Northside ISD has created a district STARR information web site to answer new assessment questions.
The children who attend the Fenley Center aren’t the only ones getting quality education. Program participants develop parenting skills with hands-on classes and workshops. View Story
San Antonio Math & Science Education Coalition (SAMSEC) is accepting applications for outstanding math and science teachers.
It’s never too early to teach children about finance skills, and the best part of it, you can teach these skills in school or at home. View Story
Middle and high school girls are invited to attend an the Girls Empowerment Conference on Saturday, Oct. 15 at cafécollege from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. View Story
The purpose of Girl Scouting is to inspire girls with the highest ideals of character, conduct, patriotism, and service that they may become happy and resourceful citizens. Girl Scouting seeks to accomplish this by providing girls opportunities to develop their potential and have fun with their peers in a supportive, all-girl setting. Girl Scouting builds girls of courage, confidence, and character, who make the world a better place. There are three key goals of the Girl Scout program, which are: DISCOVER, CONNECT, and TAKE ACTION.
Girls Inc. of San Antonio has been transforming girls’ views of themselves and helping them recognize the endless stream of opportunities that exist for them. Today, innovative programs help girls confront subtle societal messages about their potential and self-worth, and prepares them to lead successful, independent and fulfilling lives. Girls Inc. delivers nationally researched and evaluated programs to girls ages 6 to 18. The programs offered are designed and proven to empower girls and increase their self-esteem.
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Texas A&M San Antonio is offering a new teacher training program this fall that’s designed to extend the student teaching experience. View Story
The YMCA of Greater San Antonio is providing childcare opportunities to families at many locations across San Antonio. View Story
If you’re wondering what the new assessment program will be like across Texas schools, you’re not alone. View Story
H-E-B Plus! opened its first in-store literacy center at 6818 South Zarzamora on October 7. View Story
Report indicates that single-sex education is ineffective and increases gender stereotyping according to experts. View Story
Northside Independent School District Administrator Dr. John Folks is named Texas Superintendent of the Year at the Texas Association of School Administrators & Texas Association of School Boards convention in Austin. View Story
While most schools revamp programs and student performance to attract new families, East Austin schools are strengthening their schools to keep students from transferring. View Story