We all need to splash our faces with cold water in this matter of the superintendent of the Dallas school system leaving town for a job as superintendent of schools in Cobb County, Georgia. What the hell do we expect? Governor Rick Perry and the Tea Party are charging ahead with an agenda a ... More >>
If history tells us anything, the recent security crackdown at DISD signals doom for its superintendent.
Despite the $84 million shortfall and the axing of 550 teachers, it's business as usual at DISD headquarters
DART board of directors chairman Lynn Flint Shaw I saw Dallas Morning News reporter Rudy Bush at yesterday’s meeting of the city council's Transportation and Environment Committee, and, you know, just trying to make small-talk, I said, “Hey, when are you guys going to do your Lynn Flint Shaw sto ... More >>
Letters from the issue of March 20.
Our new superintendent is getting a taste of Dallas, and it's sour
With a little luck and a wise school superintendent, Dallas could do what Houston did
DISD's special education program is anything but, say parents and state officials, and it too often abandons the children who need attention most
Join us for a chilling tale of the (highly paid) un-dead at DISD headquarters
City council members wade into deep doo-doo
Why wait?; Real world
Very personal injury; Parrot squawk
DISD's Wicked Witch of the West may be going, but we're not out of the woods just yet, Dorothy
How come the Dallas schools can't find him?
Poor, brown, and inner-city. These Adamson High School kids weren't supposed to make it. They did anyway.
New York-based Edison Schools flunked out with trying to privatize Sherman's public schools. Why should things be any different in Dallas?
Dallas school board follows ancient legal principle of
DISD crooks continue to elude an FBI probe
Rojas proves he'll slap around board members to get what he wants -- an Edison deal