Monday, December 17, 2012

DeKalb County School District Placed on Probation

Update from Fran Millar's Facebook post:

I with other members of the DeKalb delegation will be meeting with Governor's office on this matter after the holidays. I need to review the entire report since ONLY the media was invited to the press conference

Further to the suspension below, the State Board is required to to conduct a hearing in not less than10 days nor more than 30 days and recommend to the Governor whether to suspend all eligible members of the local board. I will monitor the State Board to make sure the law is followed.

Click here to read the entire SACS report.  Thanks to Maureen Downey of Get Schooled/AJC for providing the document on her blog.

Ok, Governor Deal, the ball is on your court.....



2 comments:

  1. That is a weak response from Millar in my opinion. I would have hoped for more leadership from him. Why no comment about requesting the governor to replace the board? Where does he stand on the formation of a Dunwoody school district - has he even indicated support for the notion? He should be leading the charge on this issue, introducing the legislation for a constitutional amendment, making the point that it is exactly these types of shenanigans that require that the constitution be changed in order to allow for local control!

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  2. Read the papers...NO city of Dunwoody schools per the legislature.

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