• Lori Kirkpatrick

Dallas ISD Runoff in District 2 - Early Voting Starts Tomorrow!

Dustin Marshall continues to boast about progress in Dallas ISD, even though by the most respected of measures the district has declined. The National Assessment of Educational Progress or NAEP results clearly indicate that the Reform policies he has championed (such as TEI) are harmful to the education and ultimate success of our children.

Corbett Smith, DMN, October 30, 2019

The Texas Association of School Board (TASB) notes the role of a trustee:


“These school board members (or trustees) are guardians of the public trust; they put the interests of their community's youth first. Through the policies they make, school board members are ultimately responsible for the success or failure of local public education.


Dustin Marshall and colleagues who have supported the current educational policies are responsible for the failure of Dallas ISD.


When DISD and this community asks, “Are you better off than you were four years ago?” the answer is a resounding no. This is not about a friend or liking or disliking someone, this is about the education of our children. I can think of no greater purpose for a community.


Dustin Marshall mailer Oct/2020, edited for clarity

Please vote in this important runoff election for a new trustee who will listen to the experts not special interests, who will examine the data from trusted sources not campaign contributors, and who will work towards the very best education policies for our children as if it were for her own. Because it is for her own daughter, a DISD 5th grader at Solar Prep. Vote Nancy Rodriguez for DISD District 2 Trustee.



Early Voting: November 23 - December 4, Election Day: December 8. For times and locations:

Dustin Marshall personally voted to expanded Uplift charter schools within Dallas ISD boundaries resulting in increased classroom size, decreased educational programming, and school closures for DISD. (See Dustin Marshall Friend or Foe?) Dustin Marshall sends all of his children to private school, and was previously endorsed by the voucher group Empower Texans.