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With no edict from Governor Abbott, rural school officials must weigh the health of their students against the health of their communities.
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After years of cuts and attacks, educators are on the offensive this legislative session. But will lawmakers do enough, and what will teachers do if they don’t?
Parents in a low-income neighborhood claim the school district is putting their children at risk by sending them to a campus where researchers found lead levels posing a “moderate to high risk” in 2016.
Boerne ISD was once in the grips of a student suicide crisis, but now a prevention program has kept the district suicide-free for the last three years.
From East Texas to the Rio Grande Valley, universities are helping struggling schools train staff, start enrichment programs and expand space for district activities.
The state of Texas provides no specific funding for the estimated 113,000 homeless students who attend public schools here.
Critics say the orders aren't necessarily irrelevant just because they’re old.
‘The blood is on their freaking hands if anything happens to these kids,’ says one parent of a trans student.