Texas Education Agency has no plans for remote learning this school year
LAREDO, Tex. (KGNS) - According to the Texas Education Agency, there are no plans to allow remote learning this upcoming school year.
In a statement to KGNS, the state agency says any changes would depend on legislation.
It goes on to say during the 2020-21 school year, TEA used its disaster authority to authorize funding for remote instruction -- but that authority can not be used again for the new school year.
The TEA says existing law allows students to participate in a full-time virtual experience only if they attend one of the seven schools in the state previously deemed virtual.
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