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While the Texas legislative session may have ended without a virtual learning bill, schools operating under Senate Bill 15 (which is sunsets this year) can continue to operate thanks to a waiver made by Governor Greg Abbott and Texas Education Agency Commissioner Mike Morath.
This waiver allows the schools to continue to enroll and serve grades k-12 for two more years. Thanks to the advocacy of Texas families during this session and over the years, policymakers understood the importance of protecting virtual public school options and made this waiver a priority. But, the waiver does not allow these schools to operate permanently; we still need the legislature to pass legislation creating a statutory, regulatory and fiscal framework for virtual schools.
PSO sent a letter to Governor Abbott thanking him for the waiver and to ask him to continue prioritizing a long-term solution for virtual learning in the Lone Star State.
You can read PSO-Texas' letter to Governor Greg Abbott here.