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Sometimes when I speak I am asked to field questions from the audience.
I've been thinking once again about the way we parents become enslaved to our kids' activities.
The president who benefits from personally giving the green light to Navy SEAL Team 6 will also be held accountable for the wrongful acts of his appointees.
I am about to enjoy my 39th -- and final -- spring break, as a classroom teacher.
How will Georgia schools increase student achievement when tax dollars disproportionately fund non-teaching jobs?
Last week saw the House closing in on the end of this year's legislative session -- we only have one week to go.
We hear a lot these days about equity -- gender equity, pay equity, income equity.
I have never cared too much for bats.
Think back to 9/11/2001. Do you remember the news coming over the television?
In competition there are winners and losers. Period.
Dual enrollment represents public school choice at its very best for Georgia's high school juniors and seniors.
The most important bill we saw last week was HB 106, which contains the 2014 fiscal year budget, also known as the "big budget."
Thi is what I like about the South.
I got the same email every day for a week. I had been "selected" to audition to become the subject of a documentary/reality television show about a real life Clark Griswold character.
Given his track record on marital fidelity, former President Bill Clinton is not the person I would consult about "committed, loving relationships."
I think it was in the 1980s. Mike was beginning a new career in law enforcement and asked if an old veteran like me had any words of wisdom I could pass on.
Eastside High School is only 18 years old. The ESPLOST referendum for March 19 calls for replacing the best-performing high school in Newton County. Regardless of what you have been told, if this SPLOST passes it is in the plan to be replaced
Whatever happened to getting in the family car and going for a ride? Other than $4 a gallon gas, I mean.
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