Editor Péralte Paul firstname.lastname@example.org
11:08 am on Monday, May 20, 2013
Was this an area resident? Was it someone coming back from a game?
5:37 pm on Thursday, April 19, 2012
The bottom line is that APS/Board handled and continues to handle this poorly. Now, in the 11th hour, two historically underserved neighborhoods are at odds because of it. Summerhill wants every kid in Summerhill, Peoplestown, and Atlanta to have the opportunity to be in an AYP performing school RIGHT NOW as well as in the future. Peoplestown wants the opportunity to see the work they are putting into their neighborhood school to come to fruition. These two perspectives are not inherently at odds, but it takes real leadership at the APS, especially at the Board level, to bring everyone together to find a solution that doesn’t involve one neighborhood being resentful of the other.
11:03 am on Wednesday, April 18, 2012
When making decisions and investments in the future, we must remember the impact on the children in school today. Summerhill’s children deserve to be in a performing school today.
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