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Trustees with the Big Spring Independent School District approved plans targeted to improve academic performance at the district and school level Thursday night.
â€śWe didnâ€™t get in this position overnight,â€ť said BSISD Interim Superintendent Chris Wigington. â€śThis is going to take a while for us to get back to where we need to be. I know everyone wants results now, and weâ€™re trying to get to that point, but it is going to take time.
â€śEverybody is looking for that magic bullet to fix things and what we have here is a systemic problem,â€ť Wigington continued. â€śWe want to make a systemic change. When teachers come into the district, and for the teachers who are here, they understand that these things are what we do to help our students. We donâ€™t want that magic bullet. We want a systemic change. We want a process that we use to help our students, to help our teachers.â€ť