City of ignorance

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Someone with credibility and courage--someone like the superintendent we thought we had--must stand and declare that this latest, sordid chapter in DISD history isn't a matter or race or ethnicity. It's a question of character, plain and simple.

Something that the children of DISD deserve to see in their future leader. Whomever that may be.

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Julie Lyons
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