Monthly Archives: October 2012

The Voice of the Active Learner

This video will enlighten you as to the type of students most teachers face in the classroom today. It is incumbent upon our schools to deliver a quality education in the way that students today learn and process information. Instead … Continue reading

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Doing More for Students Using Less Money: Another Reason We Need The Charter School Amendment

Written and submitted by a DeKalb County resident whose 3 children have attended their zoned area DeKalb schools, a DeKalb magnet school and private Catholic schools.  Two children who are still in school currently attend the state-authorized Ivy Preparatory Academy … Continue reading

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Fran Millar: Why I Will Vote YES on the Charter School Amendment

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by State Sen. Fran Millar | Reprinted with permission from Dunwoody Crier; published 10.16.2012  There is a lot of misinformation on the Charter School Amendment on the November ballot. I want to try and set the record straight. • First, charter … Continue reading

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A report from the Tucker roundtable discussion

by BettyandVeronica I attended the roundtable discussions at Tucker High School. A flyer was sent home with my child informing me of the meetings this week. It described the meetings as a way to “learn more about the status of … Continue reading

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DeKalb schools’ legal bill to double in 2013

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The Daily Report recently reported that DeKalb schools’ legal bill will double in 2013 to an astounding number. Guess. Just take a quick guess. Guess how many of your hard-earned tax dollars will be sent to the coffers of law … Continue reading

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