Dallas ISD Discusses Plan To Open All-Boys Elementary SchoolThe district plans to open an all-boys pre-Kindergarten through second grade school in the Fall.
DISD To Take In, Educate Evacuated ChildrenDallas ISD confirms it is setting up to accept the evacuee children as they arrive in Dallas.
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.
Sudden Controversy Over Names Of Two Dallas SchoolsTwo Dallas elementary schools named after prominent Confederate generals has dozens of people fired up after a parent proposed changing the names.
Disgusted Dade Middle School Parents Meet With SuperintendentSuperintendent promising change to Dade Middle School parents after a school year full of problems.
Fate Of Dallas Schools Superintendent Decided TodayMike Miles has made it clear he wants to stay put and supporters, including Dallas City Council members plan to be at the meeting.
Former U.S. Attorney Taking DISD Superintendent InvestigationA former U.S. Attorney for the Northern District of Texas has taken over the investigation of Dallas Independent School District Superintendent Mike Miles. DISD school board trustees made the decision to hire Paul Coggins.
Language Barriers, Poverty Not Excuses At Successful Dallas SchoolAccording to the school's website, nearly 3 of 4 students have limited English proficiency and as many as 97 percent are considered economically disadvantaged.
Dallas ISD Names Lone Finalist For Superintendent PostDISD's choice is an educator from Colorado Springs with an impressive resume.
DISD Board President Says More Cuts LikelyDISD faces a projected budget deficit of $38 million, and 300 more elementary teaching jobs may be cut.
Dallas Schools Facing $25 Million Budget Deficit Next YearThe Dallas School District is getting a dismal look at its financial future, and parents and teachers aren't happy.
Number Of Academically Unacceptable DISD Schools SoarsThirty-three Dallas ISD schools are now rated "academically unacceptable," which is the lowest rating on the state's 4-step scale.