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Harris County is probably at least a few weeks away from completing these measures. For example, Landkreis recently reported a daily moving average of about 1,250 new reported cases and a test rate of 16 percent. Some students may spend more time in the classroom, arrive weeks earlier than usual, or stay later in the day. Others may receive additional attention from teachers, counsellors and social workers. Many courses will usually be delivered in the previous spring. Officials in Aldine and Alief ISDs said they would start in fully virtual classrooms for the first three weeks, while ISD leaders at Fort Bend said they would only stay online indefinitely, with exceptions for a small percentage of students. Shortly after Paxton`s announcement, the Texas Education Agency updated its guidelines to say it will not fund school districts that keep classrooms closed because of a local health warrant, referring to the Attorney General`s letter. Districts may receive public funds if they obtain AME`s permission to remain closed, as is permitted for eight weeks with some restrictions. I get the worry of these neighborhoods, and there is room for honest disagreements. I have no particular quarrel with their approach, although I personally prefer the most cautious route. As Chron journalist Jacob Carpenter points out in these two Twitter threads, the county now meets three of the seven reopening criteria and is moving in the right direction for the others. There is no accepted national standard for reopening what is “safe” – that is of course a nother conversation – so you could say that Harris County is overly restrictive. Of course, we also saw many schools and universities that introduced students and immediately suffered epidemics that forced the closures.

The bad things will happen until this thing is really under control, and it won`t be under control soon as long as Donald Trump is president. That is the reality and all the decisions we have are wrong. Those who are the least bad are still outstanding. Public health guidelines released last week showed that school districts must remain virtual up to three weeks after their launch dates so they can have their safety protocols repaired before sending more students to campus. If they stayed closed longer, they would lose public funds. District administrators are still weeks away from completing important decisions for the upcoming school year, but Lathan said at a full press conference that she hoped to be able to announce in the next month whether some form of personal education can resume by August.