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1 Bipartisan group of Texas lawmakers call on state to move toward canceling next year’s STAAR tests
2 Group of Texas superintendents writes TEA asking to keep STAAR test
3 Commentary: Blame Texas Education Agency for unsafe classrooms
4 Texas Education Agency: Schools are 'remarkably safe environments'
5 A North Texas superintendent is openly defying the state mask mandate in schools. No one is stopping him.
6 Texas Education Agency rolls out COVID-19 rapid testing program for students and school staff
7 Letters: Dolly Parton deserves the Presidential Medal of Freedom
8 Bipartisan Group Of Lawmakers Says Canceling STAAR Would Take Pressure Off Families, Educators
9 Post-holiday precaution could cost Beaumont ISD
10 Peaster Independent School District superintendent refuses to require masks in schools, despite mandate
11 The Watchdog: A through F grading system for Texas public schools is one more way to stigmatize poor neighborhoods
12 Study shows students of low-income families are most impacted by pandemic, TEA requests extra funds to help
13 Austin's Top News – November 23, 2020
14 Feds Ask Texas Education Agency For More Proof On Fixing Special Education
15 'I have had some tough days' | Texas teachers welcome possibility of relief during pandemic
16 Temple ISD Board calls on Morath to waive STAAR
17 LISD asks state to reconsider December STAAR testing
18 State Rep. Reggie Smith asking Texas to suspend STAAR testing for 2020-2021 school year
19 BCISD to require struggling remote learners to return to campus
20 Educators, lawmakers worried about STAAR exams after students return from break
21 Watch: A conversation with Mike Morath, the Texas education commissioner
22 Harlandale ISD votes to settle feud with engineering firm
23 After long relationship became an embarassment, Harlandale ISD trustees vote to settle lawsuit with contractor
24 States Push to Ditch or Downplay Standardized Tests During Virus Surge
25 Texas families say remote learning isn’t working and they want it fixed
26 Coppell ISD seeks testing flexibility | News |
27 Austin's Top News – November 19, 2020
28 State Releases Numbers Showing Low Texas Public School Infection Rates, But The Data Is Limited
29 Texas Education Agency discusses COVID-19 budget impact, concerns
30 Schools update Texas lawmakers on progress during pandemic and bridging digital divide
31 COVID concerns hang over Thanksgiving break
32 Search for HISD superintendent back on
33 The Sunday Read: Thanksgiving still worth celebrating despite COVID-19, government restrictions
34 Letters: What about the teachers, Mike Morath? School reopening plan is risky.
35 TEA commissioner: Amid COVID, students will be back in seats this fall
36 TEA: Public schools must reopen campuses in August with few exceptions
37 TEA Commissioner Mike Morath releases statement on School Funding for 2020-21 Academic Year
38 STAAR returns in 2021 and other takeaways on the state of Texas education
39 24-Texas Teachers Talk of “Trauma” at TribFest: Educators discuss the challenges of reopening schools, TEA head defends decision to administer STAAR tests
40 Many Texas Families Say Remote Learning Isn't Working And They Want It Fixed
41 Texas will administer STAAR test next year, education commissioner says
42 TEA releases new guidance for Texas schools on online-only classes, start of year
43 ‘Large numbers’ of Texas kids could miss rest of school year, education commissioner warns
44 Texas Education Agency reverses course, will not fund schools closed by local health officials
45 Morath: HISD needs new board to reverse ‘chronic neglect’ of students
46 Brownsville ISD announces return to in-class instruction
47 Texas Gov. Greg Abbott reappoints Education Commissioner Mike Morath
48 State teachers union again sues to void charter contract at SAISD elementary school
49 TEA spells out funding for distance learning but delays advice on how to open classrooms
50 Texas Education Commissioner Mike Morath calls for increased teacher support, skips talk of HISD
51 Some students missing, not engaged in online learning
52 Valley officials anticipate changes to school reopening guidelines
53 Texas school districts will start receiving federal cash infusion in June
54 Texas education commissioner discusses changing future of state's public school system
55 Texas Education Investigators Find Failures In HISD Special Ed Were ‘Institutionalized’
56 Delaying Decision On STAAR Test Could Cost Texas Tens Of Millions
57 Are Texas education officials working at home while asking teachers to go back to classrooms?
58 Feds tell TEA to repay more than $2.5 million spent on special education contract
59 Texas education chief promises ‘flexibility’ to parents who want their kids to stick with remote learning
60 Texas will start posting coronavirus case data from public schools
61 TEA finds major failures in HISD’s special ed department, recommends state conservator
62 Schools want to end online classes for struggling kids, but COVID-19 cases may send everyone home
63 Governor, education commissioner say schools will open in fall
64 Facing Tough Re-election, State Rep. Wants STAAR Test Delayed Another Year
65 Opinion: The State is Hijacking Federal Dollars Meant for Texas Schoolchildren
66 6 Things To Know About Selecting The Potential HISD Board Of Managers
67 Coronavirus cases in Texas schools remain low, but trend points upward
68 TEA: Challenges for economically disadvantaged students increase when school canceled
69 TEA approves Temple ISD plan for remote instruction
70 TEA head Mike Morath discusses the future of HISD
71 Texas Education Chief Morath to Focus on Teachers
72 TEA to take over Houston ISD school board, replace superintendent
73 Texas schools given green light for graduation ceremonies with conditions
74 13 Investigates: Superintendents looking for more guidance from TEA on how to send students back to school
75 Mike Morath, Dallas School Board Member, To Lead Texas Education Agency
76 Opinion: We spoke to 28 education experts. Plans for reopening Houston-area schools are impossible.
77 TSTA sues education commish over charter school teacher certification issue
78 Texas STAAR test requirements waived due to coronavirus outbreak
79 Sheperd ISD's failing schools prompting Texas Education Agency takeover
80 Staggered classes, lunch in classrooms and other measures considered by VISD for safe education
81 Dallas County Republican asks education commissioner to suspend STAAR for 2020-21
82 Austin judge temporarily blocks state takeover of HISD school board
83 Podcast: The evolving Texas debate over reopening schools
84 Texas Education Agency commissioner talks poverty, improvements among Texas schools
85 San Antonio charter network, ordered to close school, plans lawsuit against TEA
86 State-appointed conservator tells Harlandale ISD to change law firms — and trustees are baffled
87 TEA updates pandemic school funding formula
88 TEA announces remote learning guidelines
89 Want to be appointed to HISD board? You have until midnight to apply.
90 DOREEN: Teachers, students shouldn’t fear STAAR
91 'This is an issue of health': Teachers union demands Austin ISD offer only online classes in August
92 Whatever The TEA Says, Teachers Fear In-Person Instruction Is Too Risky
93 Texas education commissioner emphasizes importance of teachers, says 'demography is not destiny'
94 Texas releases limited data showing low public school infection rates
95 No campus should reopen until pandemic begins to subside, Texas teachers association says
96 Letters to the editor: July 5, 2020
97 Texas schools weigh the odds of students returning this fall
98 Area superintendents respond to TEA extended year calendar proposal
99 Local school districts, leaders request STAAR suspension
100 Texas Education Agency Releases Guidelines For Return