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Out-of-State Corporate Interests Fund Charter School Amendment Push

(APN) ATLANTA — Out-of-state corporate interests have spent millions of dollars to fund the campaign in favor of the constitutional amendment referendum related to charter schools that appears on the November 06, 2012 General Election ballot. Overall, some of the groups that have been in support of the amendment include Families for Better Public Schools, Georgia Parent Advocacy Network, Georgia […]

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APS Ethics Panel Declines to Sanction Mr. English 4-3

(APN) ATLANTA — The Ethics Commission of the Atlanta Public School Board voted 4-3 against a final determination that APS Board of Education Member Courtney English failed to communicate honestly and openly with stakeholders, during a six hour hearing that began at 7pm, Wednesday, March 30, 2011, and did not end until almost 1am. The three voting no, or that, […]

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Delk, English Defiant in Response to APS Ethics Investigation

  (APN) ATLANTA — Atlanta Public Schools Board Member Courtney English was defiant in the face of an APS Ethics Commission investigation regarding his apparently defrauding the public, according to documents filed by English’s attorney, Glenn Delk, obtained by Atlanta Progressive News. As previously reported by APN, Delk represented English in his first ethics case before the Commission, which involved […]

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APS Ethics Panel to Hold Hearing on Mr. English with Independent Officer

  (APN) ATLANTA — Last night, Wednesday, February 16, 2011, the Ethics Commission for Atlanta Public Schools voted to hold a hearing regarding the pending complaint that Board of Education Member Courtney English deceived the public. At issue is whether he deceived the public regarding his misuse of an APS credit card. ┬áHe told the public in a mass email […]

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APS Ethics Panel Pursuing El Cases, Considering Outside Officer for English Case

(APN) ATLANTA — Several Atlanta Public Schools parents have contacted Atlanta Progressive News to report significant progress at last night’s Atlanta Public Schools Ethics Commission meeting, of Wednesday, February 09, 2011. First, the Commission agreed to investigate the two ethics complaints filed against APS Board of Education Chairman Khaatim El. As previously reported by APN, El received private, pro bono […]

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