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Texas School Alliance Jul 30
After weeks of inconsistent guidance from TEA and Texas leadership on schools reopening in the fall, Dr. has set the tone for school districts across the state. Thank you for continuing to fight for the safety of our students and teachers! đź‘Ź
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José Menéndez Jul 28
“We need to drop the exam entirely and put our focus and the $83M towards the safety of our children and our teachers, not the companies that profit from the test. The test will only serve to measure the digital divide that the pandemic has amplified."
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Texas Education Agency Jul 28
ICYMI - Earlier TEA Guidance Still Applies - School systems may begin the year virtually under TEA funding waivers for up to four weeks, and can extend that for an additional four weeks. TEA will also continue to adjust its waivers as the situation warrants.
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Stacy Fernández Jul 28
Parents and guardians, if your child got free or reduced-price school meals you're eligible for $285 in federal aid per child. Apply! The deadline was just extended to Aug. 21.
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Mike Collier Jul 26
Local school districts need support, not mandates, from the TEA. The incompetent clowns that botched Texas's response to need to stay out of the way and let local leaders figure out how and when to open in this pandemic. Trust in Abbott/Patrick is completely gone.
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Michelle Smith, PhD Jul 29
Microgrants = vouchers. The has heard loud and clear from their voters that Texans don't want vouchers. Voters want support for their public schools...particularly during a crisis.
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Texas Association of School Boards Jul 30
Local school leaders want to get back to face-to-face instruction as soon as possible, but the decisions to open campuses should be made locally without the fear of funding loss. Read our full statement on funding tied to in-person instruction:
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Mike Collier Jul 28
If "Paxton the Indicted" thinks Texans are going to endanger our children, teachers, support staff, and their families, he's sadly mistaken. Texans will ignore him now, and then fire his loathsome hide in 27 months. These guys are absolutely pathetic.
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Pastors for Children Aug 1
Tired of the incessant attack on public education playing out before our very eyes, on every level of government, by the highest offices of nation & state? We are too. That’s why we are working hard to turn out a pro- vote in . Our children deserve better.
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Texas Tribune Jul 31
New: Gov. Greg Abbott said that local health authorities can shut down schools if there’s evidence of a coronavirus outbreak after students have already returned to campus — but cannot shut them down weeks before schools open.
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Julie Hinaman Jul 27
Not good enough. Students, parents, teachers, voters are asking you to waive STAAR tests for 2020-2021 school year. $$$ better spent on student access to technology, health & safety, teacher pay, mental health, etc. Do better
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TAMSA 24h
"The last thing students need now is to have the coming year dominated by misguided efforts to drive up scores at the expense of actually learning."
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Drew Landry Jul 29
If teachers voted in every election, there would be real accountability, a raise, funded schools, 15 students per teacher in a classroom, a solvent pension, COLA for retirees, better healthcare, and a government that would appreciate the profession.
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Pastors for Children Jul 27
Please sign our letter to Senators asking them to remove vouchers from the upcoming bill. Help us get this letter out to your friends. Let’s help our poorest children—they are in public schools! Keep government out of our church schools!
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FOTPS 32m
Thank you, Dalane Bouillion, for serving on the Board of Directors of Friends of Texas Public Schools. Your service to Friends and dedication to Texas public schools is greatly appreciated.
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Texas Education Agency Jul 30
TEA has launched Texas Home Learning 3.0 to support schools, teachers, parents, & students during the public health crisis & beyond. TEA will also offer a free learning management system to Texas schools for two years. đź“„
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Kendrick Johnson, Ed.D 20h
I am a true believer that all students can, and will, succeed with proper supports AND an opportunity. It’s up to educators to provide both of those. In a time of uncertainty, be the light for our students.
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Emily Donaldson Jul 28
Woah. Superintendent Brian Woods, who leads SA's largest and TX's fourth largest school district, suggests districts might take legal action against new guidance. This is what he said at tonight's NISD meeting.
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Jay Leeson Jul 28
So has some thoughts on the TEA not funding schools closed solely due to local health orders, and don’t think he’d mind me sharing with you.
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Aliyya Swaby Jul 30
My latest: Daurice Browne, a school custodian who got COVID-19 after she resumed work this summer, still can't breathe without an oxygen tank. Texas school support staff, many hourly or part-time, may be more at risk returning to schools.
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