Here's how education in Texas looks as public schools begin reopening with mostly online classes

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Supplies are loaded into vehicles during a drive-through school supply giveaway at Raul Yzaguirre School for Success in Houston. Credit: Briana Vargas for The Texas Tribune

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School is in session for many Texas public schools, but for at least the first three weeks of the academic year, classes across the state are largely being conducted online.

As families, educators and students adjust to remote instruction, teachers say that in these initial days, they’re spending more time than ever checking in on students and their families, dealing with connectivity issues and answering questions about virtual learning technology.