Last week the word on schools opening was a go, schools were required to open the buildings for in person instruction, 5 days a week to any and all students who wanted it.  There would be a three week transition period allotted to schools in order for them to basically get thier ish together before they started losing state funding.  However, now we're being told that if local health officials order schools to stay closed they won't run the risk of losing funding as long as they offer remote instruction for all students. What does that mean for parents with kids still in school? There's a chance that homeschooling could be something we need to prepare for. Personally I will riot.  You can read more into the subject on the Texas Tribune website.