Trustees serve students and teachers, while addressing funding; public education builds community and future leaders
Aricle written by UTSA students.
San Antonio is a city that thrives on its community involvement. This city is made up of more than buildings, traffic, Spurs or breakfast tacos. Its vibrancy is because of its people. Our educators and the knowledge, skills, and guidance they provide future generations, and potential life-long San Antonians, are the backbone of our strength as a city.
UTSA Students Interview San Antonio Area Education Leadership
Join Go Public in honoring our tireless school board members who serve as champions of educating our future leaders. Trustees serve as a vital link between the community and their schools, promoting academic achievement by creating a vision and accountability in our school systems. Students from the University of Texas at San Antonio interviewed Trustee Leticia Sever as part of an assignment for their social media marketing coursework.
Go Public Gives Social Media Marketing Experience to East Central High School and UTSA College Students
(San Antonio, TX) - Gathered in a small auditorium style classroom at the University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA) campus, students from East Central High School’s Service Learning Project and UTSA collaborate on strategies for the Go Public social media campaign.
We're honored to receive the Government Project of the Year Award from AACOG (Alamo Area Council of Governments). The mission of the Alamo Area Council of Governments is to enhance the quality of life of all residents of the Alamo Region in partnership with elected and appointed officials, funders, community partners and beneficiaries. These awards are given annually to completed governmental entity-based projects that have significantly impacted the community for the better. We're thrilled to be recognized among such a distinguished group of members and to represent the contributions from our seventeen area ISDs.
Current events, stories, and features from the San Antonio-area's seventeen Independent School Districts.