Masks will be mandatory in many Texas schools when they reopen this fall, education agency says
Weeks before summer break is set to end for millions of Texas public school students, the state still doesn’t have final rules on how schools should reopen this fall, and the picture grew only slightly less murky Wednesday.
Schools in Houston, the state’s largest district, announced they will start the fall semester later than usual and expect students to spend at least six weeks learning virtually before possibly bringing some back into classrooms. The state made clear that it won’t financially penalize districts that don’t open for in-person classes within three weeks of starting their school year if a local public health agency orders classrooms to remain closed.
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