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TEA outlines school start guidelines

by | Jul 16, 2020 | Education

Texas Education Agency last week released a list of compre­hensive guidelines for opening public schools for fall semester classes during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Most of the TEA guidance deals with protecting the health of students and staff as schools open, such as virtual and in-per­son attendance, social distanc­ing and sanitation.

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By Morgan Howard[email protected]

 

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