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Posted: Monday, June 30, 2014 11:05 pm

MANSFIELD - School Superintendent Brenda Hodges has been accused of plagiarizing some passages of her speech at the Mansfield High School graduation last month.

Some students and audience members say they recognized Hodges' speech as similar to one given by Adm. William McRaven May 17 at a University of Texas at Austin commencement, and accused Hodges of plagiarism.

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