School officials said of the 1,200 students in class Tuesday, more than 970 were participating remotely, with almost 470 waiting for the next phase to go to class in-person at one of the four Pre-K 4 SA centers. About 300 of the students who were attending virtually were using school-issued iPads.
Learners throughout the city of San Antonio from pre-K through college will have to adapt to what education looks like during a global pandemic
The Express-News Editorial Board interviewed supporters of continuing Pre-K 4SA, San Antonio’s early childhood education program.
The preschool is set to begin its school year on Monday, but it will begin virtually.
When it comes to fighting poverty and making transformative public investments in the community good, there is no substitute for investing early and often in the education and well-being of socioeconomically disadvantaged children.
In-person classes are set to start on September 8th and on Thursday, we got our first look at all the changes being made in preparation for students during our tour at the North Education Center.
Changes are underway at Pre-K 4 SA in preparation for its first class Monday.
With decades of experience in public education, this Women’s Leadership Awards honoree went from being a professor at Texas State University to leading Pre-K 4 SA, San Antonio’s early childhood development program.
Pre-K 4 SA is accepting applications for the 2020-21 school year at its four education centers, in addition to its replication site, Gardendale Early Learning Program.
The early childhood initiative said the spread of COVID-19 has forced the decision to go 100 percent remote.