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A couple dozen family members of victims of the Robb Elementary shooting attended Uvalde’s city council meeting Thursday looking for answers. They said they want transparency and accountability, but city officials said they couldn’t share any new information or hold anyone accountable at this time.
While Texas students have not regained all the ground they lost in math during the pandemic, scores across all grades were higher in 2022 than they were in 2021. Reading proficiency, on the other hand, appears to have fully recovered.
For companies that feel compelled to speak out, worker recruitment and retention are big issues.
A group of eight public school educators and one university professor have suggested the changes for second graders to the Texas State Board of Education which is considering social studies curriculum revisions this summer.