For those of you who don't know why the Texas Education Agency is telling the El Paso Independant School District what to do, it's because the district's former superintendant Lorenzo Garcia cooked up a scheme to lie about TAKS test scores and cheat some kids out of not only taking the TAKS test, but an education altogether. Ok, now that you know the background, here is the latest...
Yes, you read correctly. A task force formed by the city's biggest school district to show people that it's learned it's lesson after it's former superintendant bilked taxpayers out of half a million dollars on a contract for his former girlfriend AND bilked who knows how many kids out of an education with a grade fixing scheme designed to line his pockets with bonuses, actually thought it was a super idea to hold it's first meeting in a place that required x-ray vision to see what was going on.
I live in the El Paso Independant School District, so I'm pretty pissed off to find out that Lorenzo Garcia funneled a 450 thousand dollar contract to his girlfriend that was in reality only worth about 150 thousand dollars. I'm also pretty pissed off that he also screwed up countless kid's lives as well...
Ok, just like there is a little catch in the whole "Santa Claus" thing - if you know what I mean, and if you don't, I'm not going to tell you - there is a catch to the whole "alcohol allowed at the Chavez, Jr./Lee fight" thing. Read on....
The race for a seat in the House of Representatives between incumbent Silvestre Reyes and Beto O’Rourke is quickly becoming one of the most contentious in years. It's also one of the most talked about local races in a very long time.
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