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Monday night at its regular meeting, the SAISD board is expected to approve a charter takeover of its lowest performing elementary school.
Reporting on segregation forces me to ask tough questions about how I’m educating my own kids.
In San Antonio and across the nation, the terms “good school” and “white school” are often synonymous. While traditional districts wrestle with the reality of parental appetite for homogeneous schools, one district aims to disrupt the segregation market.
Yesterday, former SAISD trustee Olga Hernandez was acquitted of felony bribery charges in federal court. But her trial shows that corruption in Bexar County hits where it hurts.
Community schools may be one of the most successful models of delivering vital supports to families and students in high poverty areas. Can Wheatley Community School overcome early challenges and neighborhood upheaval to close the opportunity gap for East Side students?
While Rodriguez v. San Antonio ISD worked its way through the courts in 1968, transcripts of Civil Rights hearings revealed a deeper logic at work in San Antonio and the country that sought to disenfranchise Mexican-Americans in almost every facet of life.