The Texas Supreme Court lightened the load for school leaders who face battles on multiple fronts courtesy of coronavirus and its Delta variant.
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As the threat of COVID-19 looms over another school year, the Texas Education Agency has updated its guidance for on-campus learning and activities, with recommendations from the Department of State Health Services and the Centers for Disease Controls.
The Texas Education Agency released spring 2021 State of Texas Assessments of Academic Readiness results. The results include exams in mathematics and reading for grades Third through Eighth, Fourth and Seventh grade writing, Fifth and Eighth grade science, Eighth grade social studies, and high school end-of-course exams in Algebra I, English I, English II, Biology, and U.S. History.
The Millsap ISD board of trustees Monday night voted to accept modification to guidance from the Texas Education Agency on making masks optional.
Gov. Greg Abbott’s executive order lifting the mask mandate and other restrictions takes effect Wednesday, March 10. The Texas Education Agency’s authority to implement requirements for public schools remains in effect, but local districts may set their own mask policy.
Due to impacts from winter storm Uri, a few area school districts are planning to submit waivers to the Texas Education Agency for missed inst…