Monthly Archives: February 2014

Does class size matter?

URL for this press release: BOULDER, CO (February 18, 2014) – While a series of high-profile and often controversial school reforms has gotten the lion’s share of attention from policymakers over the last decade or two, one reform appears … Continue reading

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NEWS FLASH: GLASS to hold press conference at Cross Keys today at 3pm

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GLASS (Georgians for Local Area School Systems) PRESS – FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Highest Poverty Schools Neglected in Large DeKalb County School System Atlanta, GA, February 22, 2014: Sunday, February 23rd at 3:00pm GLASS (Georgians for Local Area School Systems) will … Continue reading

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City-Based Schools Will Improve ALL DeKalb Education

Here’s the deal about funding public education in DeKalb County – and why city-based independent school systems will improve all public school education opportunities, including education for students in unincorporated DeKalb County: • There is more than enough money in … Continue reading

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Share this with your teens

This is a PSA from AT&T about the dangers of texting and driving. It’s very graphic and sobering.

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Tucker’s BriarLake, GA

How’s that for a compromise? We at DeKalb School Watch are less interested in political nitpicking than we are in seeing successful new cities rise from the smoking ruins of a corrupt and failing DeKalb County [GA] government and school … Continue reading

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