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Thoughtful and Critical Conversations About Education in Georgia

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Who Benefits from Redistricting?

There are many specific reasons why I think the redistricting plan that I have proposed will be the best option for the greatest number of people (and shouldn't be too upsetting politically). Here’s why.

No Affordable Housing for Dunwoody

So I'm the kind of person that, when I say something controversial, tries to see all the responses from the other's perspective. I really try to convince myself that I'm wrong and search for all possible methods to avoid conflict.... Continue Reading →

How Does Funding Impact Student Achievement?

I could go into the lack of social workers in high-poverty schools, the lack of police officers at high-poverty schools, the low-quality buildings in high-poverty schools, the overcrowding in high-poverty schools, but I think there is already enough here for one post. These issues cannot be addressed without funding.

We’re Still Segregated: A Case for Equal Opportunity Education

Creating an independent school district would not only allow these cities the ability to cut off families who could not afford to live in their city limits, but it would also remove a significant amount of funding from the county systems that they are currently a part of.

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