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Chambers’ Reaction: COVID-19 impact on Alief schools, and the decisions that followed

Superintendent HD Chambers took off his glasses and rubbed the bridge of his nose. He looked up at the camera and spoke; his voice wavering from merely mentioning teachers. "I just wish there was a mechanism that was clear and definitive," Chambers said, "in terms of recognizing and appreciating what teachers have been going through, and what they've been doing for kids." The abrupt change c…

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