Over the last several days I have been lucky to be a tiny part of democracy, serving as a recount monitor for Georgia Democrats in north and middle Georgia. The first day was a bit of washout in Madison County just north of Athens because it turns out the elections office was closed on Sunday … Continue reading Postcard from small-town Georgia– this world will pull through, but it’s straining right now
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Sunday morning reflections on an important week for CCSD
CCSD and Athens Education friends: In the holiday week's swirl of information and conjecture about the current state of things in the governance of our local public schools, I think this most recent article in the Flagpole from a few days ago has not received appropriate attention: https://berto.fyi/33FiLOg Blake Aued is in his nothing-but-the-facts mode … Continue reading Sunday morning reflections on an important week for CCSD
AthHalf reflections from 3 years ago trying to motivate myself for the one just 13 days away (written October 2016)
Yesterday was the seventh annual AthHalf, the signature event of AthFest Educates, the local charity that infuses our schools with enhanced arts and music opportunities for Athens schoolchildren. And major kudos to Jill Helme and her whole team at AthFest Educates for the work they do all year, not just in June and October AthHalf … Continue reading AthHalf reflections from 3 years ago trying to motivate myself for the one just 13 days away (written October 2016)
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