Local school officials can be forgiven if they are skeptical about the Texas Education Agency promising to make good on covering the unexpected expenses created by the coronavirus pandemic. State officials don’t have a great track record of keeping their word.

This is one promise state leaders need to keep, however, and stop playing three-card monte with education funding.

This editorial was written by Michael Morris, managing editor of The Facts.

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PJBM626

Did you witness the so called distance teaching? I did it was a joke and couldn’t have cost very much. Much was Zoom meeting , what I witnessed with grandson. Do your homework on reporting

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