A conflict between Dallas Independent School District Superintendent Mike Miles and a school board member has created controversy for DISD.
Thousands of students across North Texas are heading back to school on Monday, and many are starting their first year in the Dallas ISD.
The Dallas Independent School has fired six teachers after they gave students answers to questions on a state required test.
After a 10-hour meeting, the DISD Board of Trustees voted 7-2 to give Superintendent Mike Miles a two-year extension.
After several hours of debate, Dallas ISD trustees voted early Friday to allow Superintendent Mike Miles to overhaul the way that the district evaluates teachers.
The Dallas ISD Board of Trustees heard presentations from the two groups of people on the forefront of the home rule debate, Thursday night.
A group of North Dallas education advocates is scheduled to speak today against the home rule proposal.
The DISD could become the first public school district in Texas to pay teachers based on how well their students perform. The proposal is all a part of Superintendent Mike Mile’s plan to improve graduation rates.
Dallas Schools Superintendent Mike Miles did not lose his job Monday night. On Tuesday Miles acknowledged a chasm between he and some trustees who believe he is no longer suitable for the job.
The superintendent of the Dallas Independent School District will report to work as scheduled on Tuesday.
Dallas Independent School District Superintendent Mike Miles will keep his job for now. A motion by the school board to terminate the much-maligned superintendent failed, by a vote of 5 to 3, Monday night.
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.