There is a lot of uncertainly when it comes to the upcoming school year; an uncertainty that state educators are trying to navigate.
HOUSTON — With the seemingly daily change of plans, announcements, decrees, conference calls and legal opinions, bringing students back to the classroom in Texas has turned into a fight; a fight between the Federal government, state and local administrators in charge of the health departments and education systems.
Add to that teacher groups, airing their concerns about what they call either unrealistic safety suggestions or unimplementable plans, and parents who want their kids back in school. No one is really certain what tomorrow will look like, much less when and how the kids are supposed to be learning.
Texas teachers from across the state who spoke with KHOU11 say they are either feeling unheard or left out of the discussions and planning at the decision-making levels, telling