Dallas Independent School District Superintendent Mike Miles led a few thousand teachers Tuesday in the traditional beginning of the school year “convocation”. While in the spotlight, Miles also answered a question about his professional future.
Embattled Dallas Independent School District (DISD) Superintendent Mike Miles had some news for board trustees — he’s moving his family out of Texas.
The superintendent of Dallas Schools plans to add two top-level jobs to his administration, along with the top-level salaries that come with them, in his plan to replace his Chief of Staff.
Early Monday morning Mike Miles told CBS 11 News he’s excited to get to work at the Dallas ISD. The school districts new superintendent arrived at DISD headquarters around 6 a.m. for his first “official” day of work.
New DISD Superintendent Mike Miles’ outline for restructuring the school system has central goals, he said today. Miles released his official plan of action, known as Destination 2020 to school board trustees last week.
DISD’s choice is an educator from Colorado Springs with an impressive resume.