Dallas school officials plan to buy 500,000 new reading and literature books, but some are concerned about
irregularities in the district's process for textbook purchases. An internal probe and documents obtained by the Dallas Morning News found several areas of concern, including: Two publishers were missing from voting ballots; teachers voted for one company but were overridden by the textbook-selection committee; and that the committee's recommended publisher could have been disqualified for breaking selection rules.

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