"The district did not interfere with the TEA special accreditation investigation," he said. "We are not hiding anything."
Friday's news conference was controversial before it even got started for a number of reasons. First, the district did not make their response to the TEA report available to the media before the press conference so reporters were forced to ask questions about a report they had never seen.
Second, Chargois mandated that reporters submit questions before the news conference even started. The district's web master selected which ones Chargois would answer.