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.
Orlando Sanchez and Andrea Gomez delve into the topic of tele-medicine, a field which has grown dramatically during the Covid-19 crisis, in a conversation with Dr. Stan Packard, MD, an expert in this area, who is working to bring affordable care to underserved Texas communities.
The conversation is in English and Spanish.
You can listen to the English language portion of the interview on our new podcast.
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