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CONSTITUTION OF THE STATE OF GEORGIA ARTICLE VIII. EDUCATION SECTION I. PUBLIC EDUCATION Ga. Const. Art. VIII, § I, Para. I (2012) PARAGRAPH I. Public education; free public education prior to college or postsecondary level; support by taxation The provision of … Continue reading
Got your attention? This is no joke. And the real question is: How many Georgia legislators does it take to improve DeKalb County students’ education? The answer: As many as it takes to vote to change Georgia’s state constitution to … Continue reading
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Below are detailed minutes taken by one of our DSW contributors at the public meeting held by State Rep. Scott Holcomb, March 20, 2012 at Livsey ES. Meeting ran from 7 – 830 p.m. About 30 people were in attendance … Continue reading
When we moved this blog to WordPress, there were several very good reasons for doing so. Many were back-end reasons that don’t really affect you, the reader/commenter/contributor. However, we also felt the need for a fresh start because the original … Continue reading
Tagged Central Office Staff, Corruption, Criminal, DeKalb Board of Education, DeKalb County [GA] School System, Dr. Atkinson, favoritism, friends-and-family, Georgia Legislature, Howard Mosby, Jay Cunningham, Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations (RICO), reapportionment, reorganization, Sara Copelin-Woods
After the initial hearing that involved feedback from both sides of the cell tower issue, Rep. Karla Drenner submitted her bill on Feb. 27, which is posted here: http://www.scribd.com/doc/82892268/HouseBillPrudentAvoidance-dekalb-county. Drenner received co-sponsorship of her bill from: Representatives Mike Jacobs, Tom … Continue reading