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Haley Turner comes from three generations of public educators — teachers, counselors, nurses, coaches, and administrators — and grew up hearing about every aspect of the issues facing public schools.
Haley brings a common sense approach to her work with school districts in the areas of governance, employment, and student issues. She has also worked with charter schools across the state on various issues including the renewal, amendment, or consolidation of charters.
Haley is a frequent speaker at school law conferences, and regularly shares legal knowledge as author of the “Ask a Lawyer” column for the Texas Association of Secondary School Principals.
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