Superintendent Mike Miles
The Dallas School Board of Trustees lit into Superintendent Mike Miles at their board meeting Monday night over recent controversies. Some East Dallas parents weighed in Tuesday.
DISD received the report by attorney Paul Coggins Thursday. The report looked into the incident last year when DISD police forcibly removed trustee Bernadette Nutall from a school at the request of Superintendent Mike Miles.
Dozens of protesters gathered to call for the resignation of Dallas ISD’s Superintendent.
Most of the students exposed to Thomas Duncan, the first person to be diagnosed with the Ebola virus on American soil, have returned to school.
After a 10-hour meeting, the DISD Board of Trustees voted 7-2 to give Superintendent Mike Miles a two-year extension.
The investigation into the murder of a DISD high school student leads police to possible sport recruiting infractions by top administrators and coaches. Now more than a dozens adults, accused of taking part in the recruiting scandal, are all out of a job.
In the Dallas Independent School District, some believe teacher pay should be tied to the performance of the students. But does linking pay and performance really lead to the right result?
If you’re a voter heading to the polls in Dallas Tuesday, you may be asked to sign a petition involving the Dallas Independent School District. If you sign, you would be supporting a change in how the district is run and who’s in charge.
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.
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.
Some parents of students at Rufus C. Burleson Elementary School are refusing to let their children attend class until its principal is let go.