TULSA -- Oklahoma's state superintendent led a discussion about public education in Tulsa Tuesday night.
The discussion comes less than two weeks after prosecutors filed felony charges against superintendent Joy Hofmeister, accusing her of illegal campaign fundraising.
The meeting was the fourth of seven town hall style meetings Hofmeister is expected to attend.
Hofmeister held a press conference after charges were filed in which she denied any wrong doing and vowed to vigorously fight the charges.
Tuesday night, Hofmeister listened to some of the issues facing public schools, including declining school funding and low teacher pay.
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