Monthly Archives: August 2013

Breaking News Regarding TSA Hearing!

Today the Court granted a motion by DeKalb County Schools (the defendant) for a continuance in the TSA lawsuit.  So, there will NOT be a hearing on Wednesday, August 21, 2013 concerning class-action status as previously announced.  We don’t have … Continue reading

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DeKalb has chosen a new communications officer.

We have been informed that DeKalb has chosen a new communications officer.  His name is Quinn Hudson and here are his credentials according to his profile at Linked In: Member of the Operating Board at the Commerce Club of Atlanta … Continue reading

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Thurmond puts the squeeze on Midvale principal – literally

Oh my. Check out how Thurmond keeps his hand firmly placed on Susan Wilson, principal of Midvale Elementary’s shoulder. Eyebrow-raisingly inappropriate – and uncomfortable for Ms. Wilson!

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Druid Hills votes to submit a charter petition

On Monday, Druid Hills High School cluster of voters decided to submit a charter petition to DeKalb County schools: Druid Hills charter cluster wins in a big way. What’s next? On Friday, [Today] the petition, the first of its kind … Continue reading

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TSA: A Story of Betrayal and Greed

This is a story of unconscionable greed … and shocking betrayal … that, unless corrected, will result in a retirement in poverty for many DeKalb County [GA] Schools teachers and other employees who have spent their entire careers serving DeKalb … Continue reading

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