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(Photo courtesy Dallas County Schools)

[Editors Note: CandysDirt.com reached out to both Dallas County Schools and advocates for ending Dallas County Schools, for his thoughts on the upcoming proposition regarding DCS. Dustin Marshall provided his thoughts last week, and DCS trustee Kyle Renard provides hers this week. Early voting began Monday, and continues until Nov. 3. Election Day is Nov. 7.]

By Kyle Renard, M.D.
Special Contributor

By now, you have probably heard one side of the story for what weighs in the balance for the vote on Dallas County Schools, which operates school buses for several districts in North Texas. As a DCS trustee, I want to present the other side for Proposition A. (more…)

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The existence of Dallas County Schools hangs in the balance of an upcoming November vote (Photo courtesy Dallas County Schools).

Editors Note: CandysDirt.com reached out to Dustin Marshall, who has advocated for ending Dallas County Schools, for his thoughts on the matter. We also reached out to Dallas County Schools with the same question and received no response.

By Dustin Marshall
Special Contributor

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Dustin Marshall

On the Nov. 7 ballot, voters in Dallas County will have the opportunity to improve the safety and reliability of hundreds of school buses in North Texas while returning some money to their own pockets.  It’s a win-win situation that voters should seize.

The confusing language for Proposition A on the ballot reads as follows: “Proposition for the continuation of Dallas County Schools Student Transportation Services. Authorizing the continued operation of the county board of education, board of county school trustees, and office of the county school superintendent in Dallas County and the collection of the Dallas County school equalization ad valorem tax.” If voters choose to vote against the proposition, this will initiate a process to unwind Dallas County Schools. (more…)