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1 Texas Education Agency approves online start to the school year
2 Texas Education Agency announces districts can provide remote instruction while receiving funding
3 Reports: Texas Education Agency Will Not Take State Funding From Schools That Offer All-Virtual Classes
4 Texas Education Agency will not fund schools closed under unlawful health orders
5 What reopening Texas schools looks like during the coronavirus pandemic
6 Free Distance Learning Modules Available for Texas Middle, High School Educators Thanks to New Partnership
7 Families in limbo after Texas AG, education agency reverse guidance for schools
8 Reversing course, TEA won’t fund schools closed solely due to Bexar County coronavirus health orders
9 Texas students' lack of internet access costing $250 million
10 ‘I’m Afraid They Are Going To End Up Failing’: Many Texas Students Head To Class Online Without Reliable Internet Connection
11 Opening school in a pandemic presents challenges for small districts
12 Texas education commissioner discusses changing future of state's public school system
13 Family says new TEA rules may be best for everyone
14 What we know about reopening schools in San Antonio right now
15 Teach to One: Math Selected by Texas Education Agency for Math Innovation Zone Grant Program
16 TEA adjusts guidelines to reopening of schools | Free Share
17 Houston-area school boards consider changes to reopening plans following new TEA guidance
18 School districts in Central Texas stocking up on masks, other PPE for return to classrooms
19 HISD board approves $54.6M budget amendment, changes to academic calendar
20 Texas Education Agency Allowing Schools To Begin Virtually For First 4 Weeks
21 Texas isn't tracking COVID-19 cases at schools
22 NBC 5 Exclusive: TEA Commissioner on Guidelines Giving Districts Flexibility
23 School's About to Start, But Texas Isn't Tracking Coronavirus in the Classroom
24 Updated TEA guidance provides flexibility for area districts
25 For the few North Texas districts offering in-person instruction, students flock back to school on first day of class
26 DreamBox Learning® Selected by Texas Education Agency for Math Innovation Zone Grant Program
27 Teachers call on Texas Education Agency to rethink reopening schools
28 Texas Democrats, Joe Biden campaign call on Texas to slow efforts to open schools amid coronavirus pandemic
29 Texans for Public Education Challenges TEA to Trust State’s Teachers
30 Gov. Abbott: Some schools will teach remotely into October as COVID-19 remains a threat
31 Thursday marks first day of school for many Central Texas students
32 Texas contracts with Folsom-based PowerSchool for statewide distance learning program
33 Coronavirus testing in Texas plummets as schools prepare to reopen
34 STAAR tests will resume during upcoming school year regardless if student goes to school in person or remotely
35 Schools in six more Central Texas districts open doors to students
36 Texas Paper Editorial Board Urges State Not to Hide School COVID Infections
37 Harris County Judge Lina Hidalgo announces plan to reopen schools
38 Harris County officials recommend schools stay closed until October
39 Llano ISD back to school: Students return to campus |
40 Texas private schools limit enrollment as coronavirus precaution
41 Is The TEA Requiring Teachers To Go Back To School While Agency Staffers Work From Home?
42 Rally protesting TEA, Gov. Abbott's school reopening plan taking place in downtown Austin
43 School's In Session, But Texas Does Not Yet Have A Plan For Tracking COVID-19 In The Classroom
44 Statewide data collection for COVID-19 cases in Texas schools still ‘under active deliberation’
45 How school districts will disclose COVID-19 cases on campus
46 Parents file complaint against Peaster ISD superintendent over optional mask policy, 'inappropriate' statements
47 Other Voices: What Texas editors are saying | Opinion |
48 Texas: Religious schools can ignore local health officials on the coronavirus
49 With ever-changing education plans, more parents are withdrawing students from public schools for other options
50 TEA offers free Learning Management Software to Texas schools to help with online instruction
51 Texas school districts buying more than 1 million laptops
52 Texas religious private schools can open despite local health guidelines
53 It's time to stand up for public schools, students
54 FBISD looks to extend virtual learning to Oct. 5
55 Texas sees increased interest in home school this fall
56 CARES Act will allocate $200M to TEA for virtual learning
57 Letters to the Editor — William Barr, Texas Education Agency, Big Tech, John Lewis, Pete Sessions,
58 Dallas ISD unveils its much-awaited reopening plan, with one key detail still a mystery
59 Texas to provide $200 million for e-learning equipment in state schools
60 Three schools here report one positive COVID-19 test each
61 Lessons Learned | Schools working to keep campuses sanitized amid coronavirus
62 Leander ISD superintendent weighs in on a rough first day of school
63 Texas High Schools Add African American Studies Course
64 Preparing with PPE: Protective equipment from TEA lands in Brownsville
65 Texas Education, Tech Leaders Team to Close Digital Divide
66 UIL announced schedule for Texas high school sports
67 Back-To-School District Updates, & New Snapchat Filter for Pets
68 Someone within TISD has COVID-19, officials report
69 Fitch Rates Denton ISD Texas' $260 million ULTs 'AAA PSF/AA' Underlying; Outlook Stable
70 EPISD approves submitting request to extend online learning
71 Houston Parents Face Back-To-School Dilemmas Amid Conflicting Messages From Leaders
72 Six things Texas doctors say you need to know before your child returns to campus
73 BuzzBallz Creates Virtual Classroom Space for Employees' Children
74 Two weeks out, Comal ISD preps for first day of school
75 Harris County OKs $32M Digital Access Program, unveils Roadmap to Recovery for schools
76 EPISD Board of Trustees to vote on waiver that could extend remote learning until October
77 Coronavirus in Austin, Texas: What to know July 17 |
78 Clear Creek ISD delays full return to in-person instruction; group to protest at Aug. 10 board workshop
79 Program to provide online devices, access to children in Harris County wins approval
80 Houston coronavirus updates: What you need to know for July 15
81 El Paso ISD to ask TEA if asynchronous learning plan can be followed
82 Lamar Consolidated ISD updates face mask policy ahead of school start date
83 Texas says more than 10% of students became disengaged during coronavirus
84 Texas Education Agency Issues Guidelines For Reopening Schools During Coronavirus Pandemic
85 New school year means new formats, planning for special education services
86 Bryan-College Station charter schools prepare for new year amid COVID-19 concerns
87 Texas Education Agency employees not working from home while requiring teachers to return to classrooms
88 Delivery delays leave Houston-area students waiting for digital devices
89 First 4 weeks of school can be online-only, TEA says in new guidance
90 Texas Education Agency offers free tool to parents, schools to find out how much students learned this year
91 Texas Education Agency delays release of school reopening health guidance
92 Tomball ISD approves $1M purchase of Chromebooks and hotspots for the new school year
93 Austin ISD scheduled to announce superintendent lone finalist July 21
94 Texas State Teachers Association demands TEA prohibit in-person classes until Sept. 8
95 Rockwall ISD Student That Was On Campus August 6th Tests Positive for COVID-19.
96 EPISD looks extend online learning through mid-October
97 AISD board to vote on delaying start of school year, 8 weeks of online class
98 Did Your Child Fall Behind in School? Texas is Offering a Free Test
99 Student confirmed to have COVID-19 was present at Redwater High School Field House
100 Texas Education Agency outlines options for school districts to adjust 2020-21 calendar in response to COVID-19