Alliance Administrative Support Position Job Posting

San Antonio AllianceUncategorized

Our union has a vacancy upcoming for an Administrative Support position. Please click on the job posting below for additional info. To apply, please email resume to peggyp@sanantonioalliance.org. Call our office at 210-225-7174 if you have questions. Administrative Support 2017

SAISD Board Approves Budget

San Antonio AllianceUncategorized

The SAISD Board approved next year’s budget with conditional salaries due to the special called session of the Texas Legislature. The Governor has included items on the call for the session that could impact salaries. One item on the special session agenda, for example, is a $1000 pay increase for teachers. However, the state would not provide the funding for … Read More

Summary of SB 4 lawsuit

San Antonio AllianceUncategorized

The City of San Antonio and three non-profit organizations are asking a federal court to block Texas from implementing Senate Bill 4 (SB 4), arguing that the controversial law is unconstitutional. MALDEF (Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund) filed the suit in the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Texas on behalf of the City of San … Read More

Don’t let lawmakers silence your voice!

San Antonio AllianceUncategorized

Some powerful politicians at the state level want to silence the voices of Texas public school employees. The vehicle for silencing you is Senate Bill 13, which would take away your right to pay your union dues through payroll deduction. The goal is to weaken our collective voice and shut school employees up. If SB 13 passes, Alliance Members will … Read More

Immigration Resources

San Antonio AllianceUncategorized

On February 13, after a campaign by our Alliance Abrazos Working Group and community members, the SAISD Board approved a resolution supporting our students who have fears about their and/or their family members’ immigration status. The school district has also posted an immigration FAQ on the district website. Teachers, counselors, social workers, and others have been asking our Alliance Reps, … Read More