TEXAS SCHOOLS / CORONAVIRUS

At least 45 districts shut down in-person classes due to COVID-19 cases, affecting more than 40,000 students

Caseloads have left districts scrambling when many have said they have fewer tools at their disposal to combat the spread of the virus.

By Allyson Waller, Kalley Huang and Mandi Cai, The Texas Tribune
Posted 9/3/21

At least 45 small school districts across Texas have been forced to temporarily stop offering in-person classes as a result of COVID-19 cases in the first few weeks of the new school year, according …

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