No Week In Review: July 13, 2018
Date Posted: 7/13/2018
Teach the Vote will be taking a hiatus from our regular weekly wrap-up while the ATPE Governmental Relations staff is attending the ATPE Summit in Dallas. The wrap-up will be back next week. A big THANK YOU to all our regular readers who look forward to getting this digest each week, as we look forward to bringing you more of what's going on with public education in Texas directly to your email. Until our next digest on Friday, July 20, please visit the Teach the Vote blog directly and follow @TeachtheVote on Twitter for updates and breaking news.
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