Local school districts and state teaching organizations are reacting to the Texas Education Agency’s plans to seek a waiver from requirements of the federal No Child Left Behind Act, and many educators appear to be cautiously optimistic about it.
The state’s new education commissioner, Michael Williams, announced the state’s intention to seek a waiver from certain requirements of the act in a letter to Texas school districts Thursday.
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