Colleges offer travel assistance for economically-disadvantaged students who wish to visit their campus.
Forty-five countries around the globe were ranked according to the quality, access, and affordability of their preschool programs.
AmeriCorps inspires student interest in STEM fields by connecting them with programs and professionals in these fields.
Inspire kids to keep reading this summer by rewarding them for their effort.
Do-It-Yourselves virtual summer camp provides youth with several engaging projects as long as they have access to a computer and internet connection.
Two San Antonio teachers tapped for teaching awards. View Story
One of a kind citywide effort designed to keep kids learning all summer. View Story
Educational workshops focus on college readiness and career exploration. View Story
iCivics prepares young Americans to become knowledgeable, engaged 21st century citizens by creating free and innovative educational materials. In 2009, Justice Sandra Day O’Connor founded iCivics to reverse Americans’ declining civic knowledge and participation. iCivics features engaging lesson plans and interactive games that guide students through virtual courtrooms allowing them to see how jurors deliberate. Additionally, students get to become U.S. President for four years, learn the process for drafting polished arguments and study learn constitutional law.
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To be or not to be… like an actor in the classroom?! View Story
Edgewood ISD opened a new facility at its Fine Arts Academy campus to offer students real-world training in automotive technology.
In order to prepare for life after high school, special needs students are offered hands-on job training with several local businesses. View Story
Storytelling times and activities scheduled to promote literacy.