Because reading is sometimes difficult for some students, retaining concepts or technical information can be just as challenging. View Story
The community project at the Crossroad Center inspires leadership and pride.
Can e-readers enhance classroom learning?
Workplace exposure gives students hands-on experience and a real-world view of the workplace. View Story
New students who test at pre-college English upon entering Palo Alto College can expect guidance and nurturing.
Daylong workshops and resources fair target early childcare providers. View Story
With graduation just months away, many high school students are busy trying to make sense of the college admissions process, which includes learning ways to finance post-secondary education.
A bookless library? Yup! You heard right. View Story
Keep your kids entertained no matter where you’re at with free audio books.
Led by United Way of San Antonio and Bexar County, Eastside Promise Neighborhood is a collaborative efforts impacting a 3.5 square mile area in San Antonio’s east side. Inspired by the Harlem Children’s Zone demonstrable success for youth and funded by the U.S. Department of Education, Eastside Promise Neighborhood focuses on achieving results on 10 Promises to the community, all focused on improving education opportunities for youth and strengthening families and the neighborhood.
Application deadline is just around the corner. View Story
Here’s another reason to invest in your child’s music lessons. View Story
Don’t miss out on this great opportunity to get a view of real mummies. View Story
Be strong, bold and discover the power needed for social change. View Story
Affordable, fun and convenient classes inspire kids in the kitchen and the dance floor! View Story
If going back to college is in your immediate plans, you don’t want to miss the day-long registration event at Palo Alto College.
San Antonio Independent School District (SAISD) parents are now more prepared to answer college and career questions from their children. View Story
New study reveals that babies learn basic language skills while still in the womb. View Story
Early College programs are taking off in the Rio Grande Valley.
Don’t forget!! Students seeking to enroll for the Spring 2013 semester need to be vaccinated before classes start.
Parents, if you have a student graduating in May or if your New Year’s resolution includes returning to school, January is a critical month for you. View Story
While last minute agreements between Republicans and Democrats spared millions in cuts temporarily, some education programs might see the chopping block.