June 3, 2017

CLAIM: 

In a Dallas Observer article on 5/31,  Mr. Schutze references an interview with Gilberto Hinojosa which incorrectly states my stance on merit-based pay and the ACE program, and claims I have made reference to my opponent’s political party and socioeconomic statu...

May 27, 2017

CLAIM:

On May 19, Jim Schutze wrote an article for the Dallas Observer, where amongst other items, he called our campaign for public education “slime”. My opponent has gone on to use this article is his campaign promotional material.

FACTS:

Mr. Schutze did not spend any l...

May 27, 2017

My opponent continues to not be transparent about his agenda:

In late April, I called into question his relationship with Texas Aspires, an organization that is openly lobbying the Texas legislature for funding for charter schools which ultimately take funding from publ...

May 25, 2017

CLAIM:

Dustin Marshall claims to have been responsible for changing the policy on K-2 suspensions. 

FACT:

Miguel Solis is the Trustee who spearheaded this before Marshall was even elected to the board. Here is an article from June 10, 2016 about the ongoing efforts as of...

May 24, 2017

CLAIM:

Marshall was quoted by the Dallas Morning News as stating, “Almost every indication of TEI has been successful.” The News also stated, “Current DISD data shows the district’s retention rate (85.08 percent) is better than the state’s average; of the teachers at th...

May 17, 2017

CLAIM:

Marshall says that he opposes vouchers.

FACT: 

Although he has stated that he is opposed to vouchers, he remained silent during the January 26 board meeting on the matter while his fellow Trustees spoke up about the issue. Additionally, has remained silent on the i...

May 13, 2017

CLAIM:

Dustin Marshall claims to have been instrumental in opening 2 schools in Boston and Chicago.  

FACTS:

One of the schools Marshall often mentions when he makes this claim is the Boston Renaissance Charter School (BRCS) which has been in existence since 1995 before M...

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