Dallas superintendent gets reprimand, but keeps job

Oct. 2, 2013
Board vote to fire Mike Miles fails 5 to 3.

Dallas School Superintendent Mike Miles is hanging on to his job after a vote to fire him fell short, but he received a variety of punishments for violating district policy and his contract. The Dallas Morning News reports that Miles’ punishment includes a letter of reprimand; being placed on an employee improvement plan — or a “growth plan” — for 90 days; and the elimination of a clause in his contract that allowed for a one-year extension if he receives a performance evaluation of “proficient.”

Followup: Despite being handed a variety of punishments from Dallas school board members, Superintendent Mike Miles says he is focused on students and does not plan to leave the district. (Dallas Morning News)

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