SAN ANTONIO – Due to the rise in COVID-19 cases across the state and concerns voiced by school districts across the state, the Texas Education Agency issued updated guidance on Friday that allows schools more time at the beginning of the school year for online-only instruction.

School districts will now be able to temporarily limit in-person classes for the first four weeks of school, an extension of one week compared to past guidance. After that, school instruction can remain remote for an additional four weeks, if needed, with a board-approved waiver request to the agency.

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“We at TEA have spent the last several months talking to medical experts around the state and

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