Georgian Educator

Thoughtful and Critical Conversations About Education in Georgia


October 2016

Not Just Another Article on School Takeover

The lack of the above-mentioned items is why many of our schools are failing. The schools that are marked as “failing,” are, in many ways, indicators of where we as a society have failed our schools. We spend millions of public dollars on sports stadiums, economic tax breaks for corporations, and bloated bureaucratic nonsense.

DeKalb County Schools Superintendent Takes Time to Respond to Individuals’ Questions

Recently, Parent Councils United of DeKalb (PCU) hosted the annual State of the District address at Tucker High School. During this gathering of parents, teachers, community stakeholders, and district personnel, Superintendent Dr. Green gave a short speech about the future goals... Continue Reading →

Latino Connection Georgia Delves into Issues of Affordable Housing, Education on BuHi

On July 2012, City of Brookhaven was incorporated.  The city was born to keep tax dollars local," providing services that are truly focused on the needs of our community, and operating efficiently with full transparency” as it is stated in one... Continue Reading →

Bringing Reconciliation to the Chamblee and Cross Keys Communities

Reconciliation. That’s what we need to have right now – not only in our country, but in our local community. This week, I met with representatives from Chamblee’s Huntley Hills ES and Chamblee Charter HS, and I feel like our... Continue Reading →

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