Mike Miles has not yet made it to his one-year mark as superintendent of Dallas Independent Public Schools, and he continues to meet resistance in his efforts to right that troubled ship.
There are more personnel changes happening in the DISD. Dr. Rene Barajas has resigned his position as chief financial officer to accept the position of deputy superintendent for the Garland ISD.
The police chief of the Lancaster ISD has been indicted on five felony charges. Keith Wilkerson is accused of a number of charges including, sexual assault, insurance fraud and official oppression.
Families from across the state and nation are moving to the city of Frisco. While they all have their various reasons for packing up and heading out, many go to the city for one main reason: the schools.
Dallas Independent School District Superintendent Mike Miles facing yet another controversy — this time involving the confidentiality expected of district drivers.
New Dallas ISD Superintendent Mike Miles is giving himself and his top administrators a major assignment to improve the quality of education and how the district works.
The Arlington Independent School District will interview Dr. Marcelo Cavazos for its vacant superintendent position.
Dr. Rick Reedy, Superintendent of the Frisco Independent School District, announced his plans to retire this year.
First the head of the Fort Worth ISD announced a district headquarters shake-up, then the district approved a $600 million budget for the coming school year, now Walter Dansby is out to give a monetary reward all district employees.
If you have children in the Arlington Independent School District, you may know the district’s leader has left and he’s taking a lot of money with him.
Newly hired Dallas School District Superintendent Mike Miles signed a contract that will pay him $300,000 yearly for the next three years. And also inside that contract are incentive offers that provide up to $250,000 more in yearly payments.
Dallas ISD Superintendent finalist Mike Miles will face a final board vote Thursday evening. With board approval, Miles will become the new Superintendent of Schools for the second largest school system in Texas. His salary, however, may top all other Texas school leaders’ compensation.