Kathy Miller

President, Texas Freedom Network

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President of the Texas Freedom Network, a watchdog group that has been monitoring the Texas Board of Education for fifteen years

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School boards often toil outside the spotlight, but that has not been case recently for the  Texas State Board of Education .

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School boards often toil outside the spotlight, but that has not been case recently for the Texas State Board of Education .

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