DISD Superintendent Testifies Against John Wiley PriceDallas ISD superintendent Michael Hinojosa testified that he was "surprised" at John Wiley Price's "negative response" to a development that would be an economic engine for the county's economically depressed south side.
DISD Making Changes To Truancy PoliciesThe Dallas ISD has announced plans to reform truancy policies, in hopes of holding students accountable without sending them to criminal court. Judge Clay Jenkins called the recommendations "more compassionate to students."
DISD Blames Kimball Shooting On "Breach Of Security"Police with the Dallas Independent School District explained that a "breach of security" made it possible for a student to bring a loaded pistol into Kimball High School on Monday.
DISD Approves New Home, But Rejects School RepairsThe DISD on Thursday night approved the use of $46 million for moving to a new headquarters, but it came as school board members said no to improvements to a south Oak Cliff campus plagued with problems.
DISD Plan Moves Headquarters To High-Rise In 2017This morning the superintendent of the Dallas Independent School District made a major announcement, possibly affecting thousands of employees and costing millions of dollars.
DISD Board Approves Hiring Michael Hinojosa As New SuperintendentHinojosa is set to make $335,000 a year and will still collect a $200,000 pension.
DISD Names Hinojosa Lone Finalist For SuperintendentNow, Hinojosa must wait for 21 days before starting the job. But, since he is the interim superintendent, he will just keep working.
DISD Trustees Vote For $1.6 Billion Bond ProgramThe Dallas ISD Board of Trustees today (8/21/15) voted unanimously to place the bond program before voters in an election on Nov. 3.
DISD Leaders Holding Community MeetingsThe first day of school is just around the corner for students in the Dallas ISD, and the district is kicking off a string of community meetings before the year begins.
Interim DISD Superintendent Talks About What's Next"I'm willing to stay as long as it takes, to be ready for the next leader, being me, probably not, whoever, but we'll let it play out," says Hinojosa.
Seven DISD Superintendents In 19 Years, Mike Miles Latest To ResignDISD Superintendent Mike Miles has resigned, leaving the district looking for another leader.
Former DISD Superintendent Returning To DallasFormer Dallas Independent School District superintendent Michael Hinojosa is headed back to North Texas.