Texas AFT launches tool to track COVID-19 infections at schools
The Texas Education Agency is collecting information about confirmed cases of COVID-19 from school districts across the state, with plans to make the data public.
The Texas American Federation of Teachers, though, isn't waiting for the TEA to take action.
Texas AFT, a union that represents teachers, launched a COVID-19 tracking tool on Thursday.
It's designed to provide as much detail as possible about COVID-19 infections. The information, however, may not be as reliable as data reported by the state.
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