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Technology Issues Cause Tensions To Rise During Springs Board Of Education Meeting

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Tensions were high at a hybrid live/virtual meeting of the Springs Board of Education on Monday. DESIREE KEEGAN

Tensions were high at a hybrid live/virtual meeting of the Springs Board of Education on Monday. DESIREE KEEGAN

Tensions were high at a hybrid live/virtual meeting of the Springs Board of Education on Monday. DESIREE KEEGAN

Tensions were high at a hybrid live/virtual meeting of the Springs Board of Education on Monday. DESIREE KEEGAN

Tensions were high at a hybrid live/virtual meeting of the Springs Board of Education on Monday. DESIREE KEEGAN

Tensions were high at a hybrid live/virtual meeting of the Springs Board of Education on Monday. DESIREE KEEGAN

Desirée Keegan on Oct 20, 2020
The silence during the Springs Union Free School District Board of Education meeting Monday was deafening. For those watching virtually, most of the October 19 meeting could not be heard... more

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