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Party Politics, Texas Edition Ep. 49: Texas Education Agency Vows New Plan For Special Education

Brandon and Jay talk about Austin bombings, Paxton versus ISDs on electioneering, and SB4.


Teachers have reacted to Gov. Greg Abbott's education agenda for this summer's special session with a mix of skepticism and fierce opposition.
After conversations with parents and advocates, the Texas Education Agency released a second draft of its plan for overhauling the way it educates students with disabilities — while highlighting the agency’s limitations on available funds.


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On the latest episode of Party Politics: Texas Edition, co-hosts Jay Aiyer and Brandon Rottinghaus get into the politics of the week in Texas:

Then Brandon and Jay talk about the Texas Education Agency and the new plan for educating kids with disabilities — with limited money. Don’t forget to check out our national episodes of Party Politics too, by downloading them on Apple Podcasts or wherever you get good podcasts. Tweet us your questions to #PartyPoliticsPod or email

Party Politics is produced by Edel Howlin and Todd Hulslander is the audio engineer.


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