By Jason A. Smith
Gwendolyn Christell Stokely
May is a great month to be a sports fan.
Editor's note: In August of 2007, Camille Barbee, who worked amid the hierarchy of the Clayton County School System, became a whistle blower, deciding to tell the public about inappropriate conduct in the upper levels of the school system, the same kinds of "problems" that had gotten the school district placed on probation by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools a few years earlier. Her revelations would eventually lead to another SACS investigation, the loss of the district's accreditation and the decimation of the school board. Now, she wonders why the new school board seems to be rushing its decision to hire a new superintendent, potentially the most important decision it will ever have to make.
By Maria Jose Subiria
I turned 47 a few weeks ago. Boy, am I getting cranky.
By Joel Hall
Editor's note: In August of 2007, Camille Barbee, who worked amid the hierarchy
By Curt Yeomans
By Linda Looney-Bond