AUSTIN, Texas —
No matter where you live in Texas, the fall school year will be different. This week, school leaders across Texas planned, prepared and adjusted their strategy.
In Corpus Christi, community was the focus.
Houston’s mayor spoke his mind.
Folks in San Antonio reminded us to think about others.
Folks in Temple were asked for “input, patience and support.”
As we look into this uncertain future, we find this truth: We’re all in it together.
- UT-Austin prepared a list of scenarios that would lead to a shutdown this fall. One trigger: a student dying of COVID-19.
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- Austin ISD plans to distribute 10,000 Wi-Fi hotspots, new iPads to facililate online-only learning
- Teachers can wear scrubs when schools reopen in some Dallas County districts