EducateDallas Endorses Dustin Marshall for Dallas ISD Board of Trustees

EducateDallas Endorses Dustin Marshall for Dallas ISD Board of Trustees

(Dallas, TX) – Through a rigorous vetting and interview process conducted by a diverse group of civic leaders and business professionals, EducateDallas seeks to endorse candidates who will best ensure every Dallas ISD student receives a great education. All candidates in Districts 2 and 6 were invited to participate.

“Dustin has already made a difference for our kids,” commented EducateDallas Chairman Terry Conner. “Starting on day one, Dustin has maintained a steadfast focus on doing whatever it takes to create better outcomes for children in Dallas ISD. He makes data-driven decisions with a perspective that each and every student in Dallas deserves access to a great education. His accessibility to his constituents, knowledge on the issues and education policies, as well as his unparalleled passion for education make him an ideal member of the Dallas ISD Board of Trustees.”

Dustin has more than 15 years of experience as a volunteer, philanthropist, and leader in education issues in Dallas and beyond. Having served on the boards of numerous non-profits focused on supporting Dallas ISD students, Dustin understands both the issues facing the district as a whole, as well as the issues in District 2 and its schools. In addition, Dustin’s successful business background has equipped him with a deep understanding of large-scale budgeting, evaluating the effectiveness of programs and policies, and the importance of human capital. He is uniquely qualified to serve Dallas students and will continue to be a tireless advocate for parents in District 2.

The endorsement process began with all candidates in Districts 2 and 6 being invited to complete a questionnaire, followed by in-person interviews with the EducateDallas Board of Directors. The Board of Directors voted to endorse Dustin, believing his background and commitment to public education make him the most qualified candidate to serve the students of Dallas ISD.

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