SAN ANTONIO - The Harlandale Independent School District board is pushing back and discussing how to move forward following an investigation by the Texas Education Agency.
After launching an investigation in August 2017, the TEA has recommended replacing the entire school board and appointing a conservator.
After heading into executive session Thursday night, the board discussed how to move forward. In the end, the board members said they believe the TEA's final report is unfair.
They said some of the incidents cited in the report date back to 2007 and involve former board members who haven't served in years.
The board is holding another meeting next Monday.
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