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Texas schools see jump in COVID-19 cases, mirroring increases across the state
Texas schools reported the largest one-week increase in positive cases among students and staff.
Texas schools still failing special education students, federal review finds
The U.S. Department of Education is investigating whether the Texas Education Agency has sufficiently addressed the non-compliance with federally mandated special education services found in 2018.
National News
As COVID-19 Cases Surge, School Districts Ponder Closing Doors
Some cities with increases in coronavirus cases have shut down or scaled back in-person learning, such as Detroit, Boston, and Baltimore, while other states are keeping schools open, like Oregon and Texas.
6 Lessons Learned About Better Teaching During the Pandemic
Expert educators substantiate the benefits of personalized instruction - in which learning is tailored to the individual strengths, weaknesses, and personal interests of students.
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