Support, Opposition For Texas Prop. 1's Property Tax BreaksFor the average homeowner, it amounts to $125 a year in savings on school property taxes.
Parents Want DISD Superintendent Revolving Door To StopWhoever Dallas ISD hires to replace Mike Miles will become the district’s eighth full-time superintendent in the past 20 years.
DISD Home Rule Commission Gets To WorkThe group of parents, teachers, and community leaders that make up Dallas ISD's Home Rule commission will hold its first meeting Monday evening.
Judge Denies Injunction Against Home RuleA judge has denied a teacher's union request to issue an injunction, which would stop progress for the Home Rule plan.
Teacher's Union Wants To Stop DISD Home Rule ProcessThe fight over the Home Rule charter in Dallas public schools heads back to court tomorrow.
Dallas Middle School Vandalized After Popular Coach DismissedA Dallas middle school was vandalized recently and officials believe it may be over a former teacher/coach.
Rawlings Supports DISD Structure ChangeWhile at the polls on Tuesday, some voters in Dallas could also weigh in on an issue that is not on any ballots, one that could change the structure of the Dallas ISD.
DISD Looking Ahead With Miles Still On BoardThe superintendent of the Dallas Independent School District will report to work as scheduled on Tuesday.
Another Meeting To Discuss DISD Leader's FateDISD trustees will once again discuss the fate of Superintendent Mike Miles. He may finally learn on Monday if he will keep his job with the district.
Teacher's Groups Say DISD Superintendent Should Be FiredProtestors lined up with at DISD headquarters armed with signs and chanting that it's time for Superintendent Mike Miles to go.
DISD Board To Decide Superintendent's FateAfter months of controversy and an independent investigation, decision day has arrived for Superintendent Mike Miles. The embattled DISD leader will learn Thursday whether or not he gets to keep his job.
DISD Wants State School Districts To Avoid Hiring Quitting TeachersThe Dallas Independent School District has sent a letter to more than 150 other districts in Texas, asking them to avoid hiring DISD teachers who did not resign in a timely fashion according to state regulations.