Dallas ISD Superintendent Brings Back a Familiar Face After a Calming Force Announces Her Retirement

Dallas ISD shuffled several members of superintendent Michael Hinojosa’s cabinet Friday after the head of the district’s HR division announced her retirement.Karry Chapman, Dallas ISD's chief of Human Capital Management, will be stepping down at the end of June after three years with the district.Cynthia Wilson, former DISD chief of staff, will be Chapman’s replacement. Wilson served under Hinojosa from 2015 to 2017 before leaving to become Houston ISD’s chief of staff.“Karry’s done a fantastic job with us,” Hinojosa said. “She was the one constant between [former superintendent Mike] Miles’ team and my team, and to replace her, I decided to reach out to somebody I knew.”This will be the third retirement from the school business for Chapman, who worked in a variety of roles in North Texas schools for 37 years.  Continue reading...

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