South San Antonio’s Race To Reopen Schools Attracts Only A Fraction Of The Students Previously Served

“What we create in this situation is educational inequity. We have too many resources for too few students in some campuses, and it’s hard to explain that to the parents of the community.”

By Camile PhillipsAugust 28, 2019 10:00 am, , ,

From Texas Public Radio:

The South San Antonio Independent School District reopened three schools this week, seven months after a divided board went against the superintendent’s recommendation to take more time to plan.

The families at the schools are happy to be back, but the upheaval created in the process may have lasting consequences.

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