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Here is how House Public Education Committee chair wants to change the Texas A-F system

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After hearing a plethora of feedback from school districts, parents and public education proponents throughout the state, the Texas Legislature is making moves to alter the controversial A-F rating system. On Tuesday afternoon, the House Public Education Committee heard a bill by the committee’s chair, state Rep. Dan Huberty, R-Houston. The law currently in place was passed last legislative session as part of House Bill 2804, which is set to go into effect in August 2018, and assigns each public school campus and district six total A-F scores—one for each of the five domains and one summative score.

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