Some are calling for the removal of DISD Superintendent Mike Miles after an internal report on influence and intimidation surfaced.
Dallas ISD Superintendent Mike Miles has fired back after he was accused of interfering with the outcome of a service contract award and investigation into his actions.
Leaders from two teacher associations claim the district will need to hire as many as two thousand new classroom instructors before classes begin on August 26.
Dissatisfied and demanding change, protestors gathered in front of the home of Dallas ISD Superintendent Mike Miles Saturday morning.
The hits keep coming for DISD Superintendent Mike Miles, as the complaints against him continue to mount.
Summer school is in session for DISD students, but some are asking, “Where are the teachers?”
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.
Former Dallas Independent School District Chief of Staff Jerome Oberlton is due is a Georgia federal court Tuesday morning.
DISD Superintendent Mike Miles has requested and received the resignation of his Chief of Staff. In a press release statement, Miles said Jerome Oberlton’s resignation is effective immediately.
By a vote of seven to two, the DISD school board approved a plan to dismiss two high school principals and 444 teachers.
At DISD Headquarters, a crowd is gathering and dozens of speakers have signed up to address the board over a controversial plan to replace a number of the district’s principals.