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Charter Schools: Barriers to Entry and Community Impacts

Charter schools cannot be viewed as the ultimate solution to problems with the local schools. Now, before you think that this is just another charter-school bashing article, I want to say that I serve on the board of PATH Academy (a DeKalb charter school with a lottery and a separate governing board) and I send my daughter to a DeKalb theme school (a public school with a lottery yet without a separate governing board).

Update on Governor Deal’s 2017 Education Agenda

After the sound defeat of the Opportunity School District (the Georgia Constitutional amendment to allow the state to take over failing schools) in this past November’s referendum, Governor Nathan Deal is going to have an uphill battle when it comes... Continue Reading →

DeKalb teachers resign for anti-immigration comments after Trump win

By Marlon Walker Two DeKalb County teachers have resigned after making disparaging statements about illegal immigration, district officials said Tuesday. According to district officials, Diane Clark resigned effective Nov. 28 and Susan Petre resigned effective Dec. 1. Both resignations were... Continue Reading →

Cross Keys: How One School Confronts Racism in the Age of Trump

I'm deeply grieved by the reports I have heard from the press, the faculty, and the students. My heart aches that our children are being exposed to so many different types of prejudice, racism, hate, and intolerance. Everywhere they look they see offensive Tweets and Facebook posts, they hear obscene remarks from random strangers in the street, and they have to listen to the dehumanizing, degrading speech of their future president.

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