The Houston Independent School District, already embroiled in a bribery scandal involving its former chief operating officer, said on Friday it had decided to terminate a contract with a supplier as part of a conflict of interest investigation potential involving the company and an employee.
HISD confirmed the investigation after the Houston Chronicle began questioning district officials about a potential conflict of interest involving District Administrator Reginald Bush and BlazinBrook Management LLC, a company that contracts with the school district to provide tutoring services.
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