Monthly Archives: February 2012

We hate to say, “We told you so”… but

Good grief.  Read this article in the AJC and then come back to chat. DeKalb faces $41 million shortfall for school projects DeKalb County’s new school superintendent wants to shelve or scrap 35 building projects after discovering a $41 million … Continue reading

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Share your opinion with your legislator — over free coffee!

The Center for an Educated Georgia (CEG) is excited to launch our new initiative: The School Choice Coffee Challenge! At the state Capitol, State Senators and State Representatives are busy discussing important education legislation, and they need to hear from … Continue reading

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SOS* Reminder: Cell Tower Hearing TODAY!

*  Save Our Schools State Representative Karla Drenner’s House Bill 1128 will be presented at 12:00 Noon TODAY, February 27, 2012 by the Environmental Committee.  Please be there to show your support for this critical bill.  Here is the text of the … Continue reading

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Time-Sensitive Update: Cell Tower Ban

DeKalb School Watch blog readers are an important support system to help shape public opinion on the cell-towers-on-public-school-property issue. Here is the latest information regarding upcoming legislation: First. State Representative Karla Drenner’s House Bill 1128 will be presented at Noon Monday, February … Continue reading

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State of the System

Dr. Atkinson gave a “State of the System” address at a DeKalb Chamber event the other day. We completely missed it, as it was not publicized to the general public. In fact, when we tried to look up the latest … Continue reading

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