This presentation on item 3.01 is also online at www.Dallasisd.us, with links to supporting data.
While I am among the half dozen most consistent critics from this microphone of the management of Dallas ISD, I also stand here in firm respect of the record-making achievements Dallas ISD has made during the 12 years, and counting, under Dr. Hinojosa.
Research shows that superintendent tenure is shortest in districts with low White-non-Hispanic enrollment and with the highest poverty levels. Dallas has both but we have one of the highest tenured superintendents in Texas.
Dallas is not following this pattern, thanks to Dr. Hinojosa. We are in such a strong place that we can risk the level of transparency that will push us to be the best urban district in the nation without a doubt!
Dallas ISD can risk full transparency with all our data, school by school, in one very large spreadsheet for the entire district and all 237 schools. I have outlined such transparency often. Those presentations are linked to this presentation at www.Dallasisd.us. I have spoken about such transparency under many titles for the recommended single spreadsheet design. Such annual spreadsheets going back 10 years would expose quickly any flaws in racial equity funding, discipline patterns, and other issues usually reflecting race in urban districts.
Such transparency would allow DISD to model data-driven racial equity for the nation.
Dr. Hinojosa, you can risk this transparency! It will definitely make you the most visible Superintendent in the nation if you aren't already!
Racial equity demands such transparency!