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Atlanta Paper Dubs St. Louis a "Cautionary Tale"; So What's the Solution?

ST. LOUIS (KMOX) — The Atlanta Journal-Constitution says take a look at what St. Louis has done — and then do the opposite.

As part of a series on Atlanta’s civic future, it’s examining comparable metro areas and, on a recent front page, held up Chicago and St. 283 more words


FairTest Public Education Director Bob Schaeffer on the Atlanta cheating scandal

Last week, 11 Atlanta Public Schools educators were found guilty for changing their students’ answers on standardized tests. FairTest Public Education Director Bob Schaeffer shares what is so daunting about standardized tests, and how it does fairly justify a school’s performance. 9 more words

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Three Dead After Van Crashes In Georgia

Three people have died, and eight are injured, after a van carrying musicians from two bands crashed off the freeway in Georgia, United States. 206 more words


Update: Atlanta Falcons - New Atlanta Stadium

When I was home for spring break, I found an article in The Atlanta Journal-Constitution about the new Braves and Falcons stadiums in Atlanta. The article explains that the two teams are exempt from paying sales tax on the materials needed for construction, which means they will each be saving millions of dollars. 43 more words

Katie Gutierrez does it all

Atlanta Journal-Constitution, February 2015

Q & A with full-time working mother of two who is going back to school to obtain her masters.

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AJGA named a Top Workplace in Metro Atlanta

BRASELTON, Ga. – For the third time, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution has named the AJGA a Top Workplace in Metro Atlanta. Companies that earn this recognition “have the working environment that allows them to outperform peers,” and the AJGA does this behind the strength of 60 full-time employees and more than 70 spring and summer interns. 190 more words

[VIDEO] Magazine Capacity Matters – Homeowner Exchanges 30+ Shots With Home Invader

This is from Guns Save Lives.

If this homeowner had his magazine limited to ten or less rounds, he could have very well ended up dead. 272 more words