Wednesday afternoon, members of the Houston ISD Board of Trustees addressed those concerns. Board members discussed their plans to save the schools and the district, as well.
The initial warning about 13 schools came Monday. District officials said Wednesday that state officials now say only eight campuses, plus two charter schools, must improve.
VIDEO: HISD board member addresses takeover concerns
HISD board addresses TEA takeover concerns
The TEA could appoint managers for HISD if even one of the schools that have struggled, for at least the past three years, receives failing accountability marks in 2017 and again in 2018.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.