Covid-19 Education Tele-Town Hall

A recording of Texas Latino Conservatives Tele-Town Hall for Texans interested in asking questions about their children's Education in this time of the COVID-19 virus.

The Tele-town hall was hosted by Orlando Sanchez, TLC President, with special guests Dr. Michael Hinojosa, Superintendent, Dallas Independent School District, Dr. Guillermo Mancha, Superintendent, Brackett ISD and Rosario M. Solis, Houston Gateway Academy Charter School answering questions about K-12 Education and the effects of Covid-19.

Introduction with Orlando Sanchez
Dr Michael Hinojosa DISD Superintendent Introduction
Dr Guillermo Mancha Bracket ISD Superintendent Introduction
Rosario Soliz, Houston Gateway Academy Introduction
In light of coronavirus experience is virtual teaching going to replace the classroom, especially in border towns?
What are we doing about access for those without computers or broadband?
Is it possible to update old computers and donate to those who don't have computers?
Access to food for children?
How does immigration status effect access to education?
Concerns about distance learning and issues of parents not home.
What about PPE equipment for children and classroom distancing?
How far behind are students getting with online learning?
What are you doing to prevent spread of virus? Partitions?
Who is in charge of educational issues in Texas?
What can I do to help out?
Would year-round education help fill some of the gaps?
Closing Remarks