Published: April 29, 2009
Swine-flu fears continue to disrupt school systems throughout the United States, none more so than in Texas, where at least 30 campuses have closed and important standardized tests have been disrupted.
Three suburban San Antonio high school students were among the state’s six confirmed cases as of early Wednesday morning, and three Dallas-area children, ages 4 to 14, were among other suspected cases.
Those cases prompted campus shutdowns in both locales, as well as in one district 50 miles north of Dallas and one in and around Rio Grande City, which sits on the eastern portion of...
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