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This was brought up in a finance meeting in March. I read this in the Herald. Coleman opinion was sought in January on this based on the article in the Herald. There's no coverup.
After the state's report was released, 17 teachers or administrators resigned, retired or left the system.
Not true. Check your fact.
I don't think East Albany is being targeted. The people of east Albany must realize that the population has shifted to North Albany or across the flint river. That's a fact.
The alternative to keeping all the schools open is higher taxes for the few that pay property taxes. Of the 96,000 residents in Albany, less than 15,000 pay property taxes. Another alternative is layoffs, which will affect the economy in the Albany area.
There is no easy solution. People don't want schools closed, they don't want higher taxes and they don't want layoffs.
Something has to give.
I been questioned his motives. Like why a picture of the IT person was never posted like the Herald posted ALL other school system personnel charged with anything.
The Herald posted Gloria Baker mug shot, you posted Velvet Riggins mug shot too. Why you have not posted Nanette Hagood picture Terry?
No one is blaming the messenger just make sure the facts are accurate.
Not if you can make over $400,000 from the school system of taxpayer dollars.
Funny that education coverage didn't win anything. Why? Because it's tabloid jouralism.
"DCSS attorney Tommy Coleman issued a report to Board members Friday in which he issued an opinion.." AN OPINION! Tommy Coleman is not a GDOE Title I Consultant. What does GDOE say about this? I'm sure their opinion is different from this attorney who is VERY BIAS and LOVES trial by media and DOES NOT KNOW ALL THE RULES THAT GOVERN TITLE I. He can't say if the program was beneficial or not. HE DOES NOT KNOW ALL THE GUIDELINES. Give me a break!
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