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Betsy DeVos Resigns: Most Teachers Say Good Riddance

In the wake of the domestic terrorism by Trump supporters, Betsy DeVos was the second Cabinet from the Trump administration who has resigned. In her resignation letter sent on Thursday, she directly pointed to President Donald Trump for flaming the…

Protesting Against Standardized Testing: #TeachersforGoodTrouble 

Teachers are fed up. Although the world has been in a pandemic for the majority of 2020, schools are still requiring students to come to school to take standardized tests. A teachers’ group based out of Atlanta, Georgia is calling…

How Generation Z is Contributing to Advocacy in Atlanta

Around the nation, Generation Z activists are leading protests against police brutality, confederate monuments, and racism.  Generation Z (also known as Zoomers) is the designation for those born after 1986. Known as the true digital natives, raised with access to…

Atlanta Public Schools Announces Staggered Start Date and Virtual Learning for Fall Semester

In a memo to staff today, newly minted Superintendent, Dr. Lisa Herring has made the decision to push school back for two weeks and starting virtually. This decision was made on the heels of Atlanta Mayor, Keisha Lance Bottoms to…

Dekalb County Schools Opts Not to Hire New Superintendent

In a surprising 4-3 vote, the Dekalb County Board of Education voted against hiring superintendent finalist, Rudy Crew during the board virtual work session. Crew an experienced leader from Miami and New York and currently as the acting president of…