First, following a closed door meeting with Atlanta’s Legislative Delegation, Governor Deal announced the appointment of Rep. Stacey Abrams and Beth Beskin (a Republican who ran unsuccessfully for the state Senate in 2010), to act [...]
Nathan Deal told voters Saturday that they deserve a governor with a college degree. Karen Handel said they deserve one with ethics.
Well, meeee-ow. Unfortunately it appears they have decided to “play nicer”.
I ended the last post with the phrase “the coming LEAN years.” Nothing further from the truth. The last couple of years were lean. This year will brutal, especially for the next State Superintendent of Schools.
Our General Assembly and Governor have passed yet another budget that does not take into account any possibility [...]
So why is it that teachers are constantly getting the short-end of the stick? Tell me if you can see which way the winds are blowing when it comes to society’s view of teachers.
Here is the front page of the U.S. Section of CNN.com. Click on it to see the full-size as it appeared [...]
Clayton County certainly is no stranger to negative press when it comes to it’s school system, especially these last few months. Between teachers threatening Soprano-like violence against students, teachers fighting each other over highly public love triangles (exacerbated by Facebook, of all things), to public missteps in its attempt to cover its [...]