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While Texas has made strides curtailing its once explosive prison population growth, experts said it still hasn't addressed long-lasting structural problems. He said monitored pretrial release for non-violent offenders is an alternative.
It spent an average of $8,998 per student this school year, more than $3,000 below the national average. “There're too many individuals in our county jails who don’t belong there because they are poor,” he said.
As of the 2014-2015 school year, there were 5,215,282 students. Larry Taylor, R-Houston, who chairs the Senate’s Education Committee, could not be reached for comment. “We’re just wasting millions upon millions of taxpayers' dollars.” In Houston jails, for example, three-quarters of the people haven’t been tried in court.
Vera, who taught at Stovall Middle School in Houston, said she met the boy during summer school and romance blossomed after they began messaging on Instagram.
According to prosecutors and the , the pair had sex almost every day for nine months.
"[The court] criticized the system, but they didn’t put teeth in their decision," said Pierce, who represented more than 440 low- and medium-wealth school districts in the case.