Chandragiri responds to recent school board drama

Satya Chandragiri, chair of the Salem-Keizer Public School Board.

I believe despite what they say publicly or privately, every Board Director was aware of why they voted in a certain way. It appeared to me that they came prepared as they had ample time to review before the vote on the summary of the Superintendent evaluation. Even our attorney clarified when this matter was . . .

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