Parents and community members gathered at Judson STEAM Academy Tuesday evening to voice concerns and ask questions about Longview ISD possibly applying for districtwide charter schools. Tuesday’s town hall was the third of four scheduled. The next town hall is set for 6-7:15 p.m. Nov. 5 at Longview High Shool.
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Parents and community members attending the largest-yet Longview ISD town hall about a districtwide charter proposal wanted to know Tuesday why the district is even pursuing the charter schools.
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