WATCH: Conversation on coronavirus in Texas with Aldine ISD Superintendent LaTonya Goffney
The Texas Tribune hosted a live interview Thursday with Aldine ISD Superintendent LaTonya Goffney as part of their coronavirus in Texas Virtual event series.
Goffney answered your questions about how her Houston-area school district is responding to the novel coronavirus, the impact of the closure of schools across the state on parents, students and educators, and how public education institutions are addressing these new challenges.
The event is presented by the Texas Association of School Business Officials, Raise Your Hand Texas, Lone Star College, Educate Texas and Texas Education Grantmakers Advocacy Consortium. Media support is provided by KXAN, KPRC2, and Univision62.
You can watch a replay of the live event below:
How COVID1-9 is affecting education in Texas
How is COVID-19 affecting education in Texas? Reporter Aliyya Swaby is live with Aldine ISD Superintendent LaTonya Goffney to discuss the impact of the closure of schools across the state on parents, students and educators. Tune in here.Posted by Texas Tribune on Thursday, April 2, 2020
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