Superintendent Mike Miles
Embattled Dallas Independent School District (DISD) Superintendent Mike Miles had some news for board trustees — he’s moving his family out of Texas.
The Dallas Independent School District has sent a letter to more than 150 other districts in Texas, asking them to avoid hiring DISD teachers who did not resign in a timely fashion according to state regulations.
Dallas ISD staff members will receive their first pay raise in three years in 2014 under a new budget approved by trustees.
Dallas ISD announced on Tuesday that Chief of Communications Rebecca Rodriguez has resigned her position effective immediately.
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.
DISD School Board trustees voted support of Superintendent Mike Miles’ controversial plan to replace a number of the district’s principals.
Dozens of schools in the Dallas Independent School District could have new principals starting next school year. The plan is all part of Superintendent Mike Miles’ plan to revamp the district.
The DISD superintendent has a new plan for teachers that once again include longer workdays. Starting next school year, principals will decide for their campus, as to whether or not teachers will stay up to 30-minutes before or after school.
Possible wrongdoings by Dallas Independent School District (DISD) leaders are highlighted in the latest version of an internal audit. The report will be up for review at a meeting taking place Thursday.