Omar Villafranca, NBC 5 News
On Thursday, details of the growth plan and letter or reprimand will be detailed, or fine tuned. The board has been considering action after it found that Miles violated his contract and school district policy.
Superintendent Mike Miles is expected to find out what he needs to do to stay employed at the Dallas Independent School District.
The school board will meet behind closed doors to come up with a 90-day growth plan for Miles.
Rene Honea, president of the city's largest teachers group, said she hopes Miles sticks to whatever the board lays out in the growth plan.
Trustees recently decided not to fire Miles, though they did issue him a letter of reprimand following an investigation that determined Miles violated district policy and his contract,by interfering with a previous investigation.
In open session, several board members called for Miles to be fired, but the board voted 5-3 to not terminate the superintendent.
The board moved in and out of closed session until trustees decided to amend Miles' contract. More on that can be read here.
NBC 5's Ray Villeda contributed to this report.