EL PASO — El Paso Independent School District's Interim Superintendent Terri Jordan opened a Tuesday evening board meeting by addressing the board and attendees regarding their response to TEA.
Terri Jordan said she looks forward to working with Castleberry on improving and focusing on a better learning experience for the students.
The meeting went to public forum and two people addressed the board. One teacher at Franklin High School said he doesn't trust TEA because he says he's tried before to alert The TEA about former superintendant Dr. Garcia and they didn't listen.
Tonight at ten we will have more reaction from that teacher.