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The ranks of Texas teachers grew by more than 23,000 over the past five years.
Michael Gillum, Sherman ISDStudent artwork is on display on the 1st floor of the Wm. B. Travis state office building in Austin, Texas.
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As a result of ongoing reporting issues with the state’s testing vendor, TEA announced that the state will be removing student consequences attached to STAAR for fifth and eighth-grade students this year.
Commissioner of Education Mike Morath announced May 31 that he plans to grant three Generation Twenty-One charters. The State Board of Education will review the decisions July 20-22 and it has the authority to veto any new charter approved by the commissioner.
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Commissioner Mike Morath provides additional insight into his decision to waive student promotion requirements tied to the fifth and eighth-grade STAAR.