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Major Texas overhaul aims to improve the odds for students who begin college unprepared

In Texas, college students sent to remedial education usually don’t make it far. A new state law that revamps how that education is provided hopes to change that.

Can a community service center save a community?

The Good Samaritan Center addresses generational poverty by staying for the long haul.

Filling the void: Southside’s only bookstore

Longtime bookworms Kenny and Lisa Johnson always envisioned opening up a store. That dream evolved into reality in April 2016 thanks to an early retirement program offered at Walmart, where Kenny worked for 30 years.

SAY Sí artists are equal to the task of depicting inequality

Local students share the oft-unnoticed realities of inequality through art.

Students invite public into their stories of inequality

Visitors at an upcoming art exhibit may discover what many San Antonio youth say they already know: inequality makes life feel like a maze.

The future of the West Side rests in small hands

How one small West Side church is trying to make sure every child in its neighborhood has a shot at a good education.