The superintendent of the Dallas Independent School District will report to work as scheduled on Tuesday.
DISD 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.
Protestors lined up with at DISD headquarters armed with signs and chanting that it’s time for Superintendent Mike Miles to go.
After 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.
The 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.
Two Dallas Independent School District sources told CBS 11 that their Communications Chief, Rebecca Rodriguez, resigned Monday.
According to officials with teacher association groups that represent the 10,000 Dallas ISD teachers, an estimated 1700 teachers have either tendered resignations, retirement notifications, or received contract non-renewal notification from the district.
Our CBS 11 I-Team found some North Texas teachers may actually be teaching their students how to cheat.
Teachers across North Texas are not ready for their Spring Break vacations just yet. They are getting ready to march on Austin to fight for more money and better safety for their schools.
The DISD superintendent has a new plan for teachers that once again include longer workdays. Starting next school year, principals will decide for their campus, as to whether or not teachers will stay up to 30-minutes before or after school.
There is a new push to require teachers to carry a professional license as well as a certification.
The DISD board of trustees could decide on Thursday whether or not to scale back the workday for its teachers. The work schedule this year includes an extra 45 minutes.