Monthly Archives: August 2012

Reformation and the Charter School Amendment

This item was sent out by Nancy Jester in her “Nancy’s News” email today. Below, please find my opinion about the constitutional amendment regarding charter schools that will be on the ballot in November. The opinions expressed below, are solely … Continue reading

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DeKalb school board draws scrutiny

By Ty Tagami The Atlanta Journal-Constitution An accrediting agency wants the DeKalb County school board to answer allegations that it has mismanaged its oversight of the system and ignored key financial responsibilities. The Southern Association of Colleges and Schools said … Continue reading

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Is DeKalb Following Georgia Law Regarding RIFs?

What is happening with the DeKalb County School System reductions in force (RIFs)? More to the point, why is DeKalb County School System blatantly breaking the law? Maybe school system leaders are acting too quickly due to incredible pressure to … Continue reading

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Calling ALL High School Parents – Ignorance of Georgia Law is No Defense – Seminar Tuesday Aug 28 @ 7 pm DHS

via Heneghan’s Dunwoody Blog by on 8/20/12 IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR ALL FAMILIES STUDENTS AND PARENTS Presented by: DHS PTSO and DUNWOODY POLICE DEPARTMENT DHS Students will have an Assembly on Friday August 24th at 8:30 am Parents Only Session – Tuesday Night – No Students … Continue reading

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A Sneak Peak at Common Core Test Questions

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Education Week just published an article that discusses the Common Core Standards and the possible associated tests and test questions. Read the post to get a little insight as to the future plans to implement the common curriculum. (You may … Continue reading

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