San Antonio ranks near the bottom in national brainpower study | A new Business Journals study ranks San Antonio No. 90 among 102 of the nation’s largest metropolitan areas in terms of collective brainpower. According to the report, 43 percent of schools in the greater San Antonio area were given a letter grade of either “D” or “F.” The full report can be found here.
Report: S.A. schools losing ground | 2014 article By Maria Luisa Cesar and Francisco Vara-Orta regarding the release of Children at Risk’s 2014 report, which ranked school districts using test scores, graduation rates and their ability to serve economically disadvantaged children, among other factors.
The State of Pre-K: Realities and Opportunities in Texas | In 2011, Texas’ 82nd Legislature made historic cuts to the public education budget totaling $5.4 billion. In 2012, Children at Risk conducted a comprehensive research study to provide an objective assessment of the impact on students and classrooms across the state of Texas.
SA2020 Goal is 85 % of students meeting Level II satisfactory on 3rd grade Reading STAAR Test.
Kindergarten Readiness- 6 out of 10 kids unprepared “Studies also reveal that participating in quality early learning can boost children’s educational attainment and earnings later in life.”
A presentation by theArtsFund 2013-Developing Our Youth Through Arts Education.pdf
Arts and Education Research Brief-Kronkosky Charitable Foundation