Dallas County, Texas Voters Break Ties With DCS

After 171 years of providing transportation, Dallas County voters have decided to split with Dallas County Schools (DCS). Following a storm of mismanagement allegations, funding shortfalls and internal shakeups 58.26 percent of voters say they’ve had enough.

During the 2017 Session of the Texas Senate Dallas Senator Don Huffines called out the county wide school district during a news conference. Then alongside Senator Bob Hall, R-Edgewood, submitted a bill calling for a complete dissolution of the agency.

He also alleged the agency “rips off” Dallas County taxpayers, and has mismanaged millions in funds.