[Hall Monitor] Taking a Deep Breath: Communities in Schools’ Role in Restorative Justice Initiatives in San Antonio

[Hall Monitor] Taking a Deep Breath: Communities In Schools’ Role in Restorative Justice Initiatives in San Antonio | San Antonio Charter Moms

Note from SA Charter Moms: We are proud to share guest posts from hallmonitor covering San Antonio’s public schools. On June 11, The 74 Million published an article of mine on Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports (PBIS). In order to get all the good… Continue Reading

IDEA and Harmony make high tech plans for Race to the Top grant money

As mentioned earlier this week, IDEA Public Schools and Harmony Public Schools won Race to the Top grants from the U.S. Department of Education. A follow up story in the Express-News includes details about how the schools plan to use the grant money. “Schools spell out money plans”, Lindsay… Continue Reading

IDEA and Harmony win Race to the Top grants

IDEA Public Schools ($29 million) and Harmony Public Schools ($30 million) are among 16 district winners of Race to the Top grants from the U.S. Department of Education. News coverage: “IDEA Public Schools wins $29 million in the Race to the Top District Competition”, IDEA Public… Continue Reading

IDEA, Harmony among San Antonio’s Race to the Top finalists

As mentioned earlier, this summer the U.S. Department of Education expanded the Race to the Top grant program to accept applications not just from states (Texas declined to apply) but also from districts. Two charter management organizations with campuses in San… Continue Reading

Local charter school systems apply for “Race to the Top”

Two charter school systems with San Antonio campuses, Harmony Public Schools and IDEA Public Schools, have applied to compete for funds from the U.S. Department of Education’s “Race to the Top” program. “Local schools are poised to Race To The Top”, Francisco… Continue Reading