Can the commissioner of education change the Texas Education Code?
No, the Texas Legislature changes the Texas Education Code.
TEC Section 26.003(a) (3) is more strongly worded, requiring that a district's action denying those requests must be "reasonable." That is still a deferential legal standard, which generally means a district's action will be upheld if the decision was based on a logical reason.8.
What are my rights as a parent to visit a school during school hours?
A school district may provide for a period of silence at the beginning of the school day (Section 25.082, Texas Education Code).
This will all be governed by your district's policies about parents visiting, which you should be able to get at the school district's or school's administration office.
What is the state law on prayer or moment of silence in Texas public schools?
State law recognizes the right of individual students to pray in a nondisruptive manner (Section 25.901, Texas Education Code).
A complaint about that policy or about an administrator should be taken through the local grievance process (to the principal, then the superintendent, then the school board), which is also a policy you should be able to obtain from the school district's or school's administration office.9.
What is the education law that states how many days of school students are expected to attend and how many days they can miss before they are held back?