SCOPE OF INVESTIGATION
The Dallas Independent School District (“Dallas ISD” or the “District”) engaged LockeLord LLP (the “Firm”) to investigate: (1) the allegations and subject matter set forth in thepreliminary OPR report for case number 11335
; (2) the District’s employment relationship withRebecca Rodriguez, focusing on the validity of any complaints about Superintendent Milesand/or the District; and (3) whether any District policies or regulations and/or the terms of Superintendent Miles’ employment contract were violated in connection with facts wediscovered during our investigation.Our investigation involved tasks including, but not limited to: (1) performing acomprehensive review of the preliminary OPR report, along with the exhibits and supportingdocumentation thereto; (2) conducting interviews of thirty persons with knowledge of relevantfacts (both District employees and others); (3) collecting and analyzing over 411,000 emailsfrom twenty-three District employees; (4) analyzing applicable Board policies and regulations,ethical standards, and state law; and (5) analyzing Superintendent Miles’ employment contractwith the District.Our investigative team consisted of three lawyers from Locke Lord LLP (Paul Coggins,Kip Mendrygal, and Amanda Burcham) and Nicole Taylor of The Taylor Law Firm, P.C.
Report of Investigation, Case No. 11335, by the Dallas ISD Office of Professional Responsibility, attachedhereto as Tab 12.