We’ve been hearing a lot of things about the board’s pick for the new superintendent. Mike Miles of Colorado is a reformer with big ideas on how to improve struggling school districts. Advocate publisher Rick Wamre predicts that Miles has a tough road ahead, navigating the politics and sheer size of DISD.
Now, neighbors have a chance to meet the man during a question-and-answer session at 6 p.m. Wednesday, April 11 at Town North Family YMCA, hosted by District 1 trustee Edwin Flores.
But first, he’ll give an update on the budget and the new teacher evaluation system, proposed by Flores who won’t be on the board to see it implemented since he is not seeking re-election this May. Read about the four candidates vying for his spot.
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