Hidalgo ISD superintendent voices disagreement with TEA guidelines to start in-class instruction
Xavier Salinas, superintendent at Hidalgo Independent School District, calls reopening a risky move as coronavirus cases continue to rise across the Rio Grande Valley.
Salinas says the district has been preparing for the possibility of in-person instruction for months. However, the superintendent doesn’t agree with the TEA guidelines.
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