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Catch 22: DeKalb County Schools, Cross Keys and Site Selection

The new communities that will be forged and the new friendships and support systems that will arise are worth these growing pains towards a more just and equitable education system for DeKalb County Schools. It will have its challenges.

Please, DeKalb Schools, don’t tear down more affordable apartments in our community.

Please, DeKalb Schools, don’t tear down more affordable apartments in our community. A couple weeks ago, our Cross Keys community was excited to find out that we are moving closer to getting a long overdue new school building. However, my... Continue Reading →

Does DeKalb Schools Have to Displace Apartment Residents to Build New School?

Before deciding to knock down your students’ homes after promising those same students and their families new facilities to address long-term neglect of the Cross Keys Cluster, I think DCSD should have involved the public in the process, exhaustively explored other options and been able to provide clear, written and thorough explanations as to why alternative properties were not feasible. 

DeKalb County Schools Addresses Overcrowding by Planning to Demolish Apartment Homes

I’m really trying to be collaborative. I’m trying to understand the logic that leaders in DeKalb are using. But today, I’m having an extremely difficult time reconciling that objective with the latest news that DeKalb County School District is going... Continue Reading →

Atlanta Regional Housing Forum

Housing issues are directly related to the educational climate in a particular area, which is why I wanted to make sure everyone knew about this important event. One of the best measures of school quality is socioeconomic diversity. Figuring out a way to have moderate-/higher-priced housing intermingled with lower-income housing options is important to figuring out how we can have schools that are successful for all children.

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 →

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