A former Garland Independent School District human resources manager is accused of recruiting hundreds of teachers from overseas, then profiting off their moves, their employment, and their attempts to become United States citizens.
"Money was being made and privileges were being enjoyed by many people," Harrison Jones, a private attorney hired by the school board to investigate, told WFAA. He laid the blame on GISD's former human resources director, Victor Leos.
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