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Today’s children come to school with fewer life skills. Schools rightly focus on their needs before teachers can teach them. Before the pandemic, school districts were feeding 42% or more (and now 100% under government coronavirus funding) of the student body, providing clothing and special health and food festivals to needy students and their families, […]

While the budget, pandemic and the aftermath of the Uri winter storm dominated much of the last legislature, lawmakers made unprecedented strides in aligning education with the labor market that will have long-term benefits for Texan students, employers and the economy. Several new policies will ensure that students have access to the educational opportunities needed […]