Superintendent John Kelly has disavowed his son's posts, calling them 'devastating' to his familyPearland ISD board members said Friday they continue to support Superintendent John Kelly after discovering that his adult son had posted racist and bigoted statements on social media. Following an hour-long closed-door discussion, board members unanimously adopted for a resolution backing Kelly, who has disavowed his son's comments.
Houston ISD board members Thursday for the third time unanimously approved Kashmere High School's state-mandated turnaround plans, a proposal that must be approved to avoid state intervention. The turnaround plan, required after Kashmere High School received an eighth straight "improvement required" rating for low academic performance, now includes additional detail requested by the Texas Education Agency.
Cancelling STAAR tests in Harvey's wake could wipe out federal funding, TEA leader saysTexas could lose "essentially all" federal funding for schools – which totalled about $6 billion last academic year – if the state decided to skip standardized testing in response to Hurricane Harvey, Texas Education Commissioner Mike Morath said Tuesday. Morath's comments reinforce the widespread belief that Texas students will take the state's standardized tests, known as STAAR, this school year.
Houston ISD board approves Kashmere High turnaround plan for 3rd time. If the state doesn't accept it, the TEA could close the school, order new management or replace the school board. https://t.co/AvyWLxhq2l
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