Monthly Archives: March 2011

A New Way of Teacher Training in Georgia

A popular definition of insanity is to continually do the same thing and expect different results. Georgia, we are insane. Education has been a controversial topic in Georgia since public education became a universal goal of this state and indeed, … Continue reading

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There’s Football, and then there’s sports…

I was stunned recently to hear Joe Scarborough, co-host of my favorite morning magazine on cable show, Morning Joe Presented by Starbucks, state that there was no way his children would ever “play football.” A few things must be noted … Continue reading

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Look at this Organizational Chart!

  We need a new Georgia Constitution! Let’s write it together. Contact Bull Sullivan at FD4CDA27d01  

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