Month: September 2017

60| Little Rock Central High School

60 years later and the influence of Little Rock Central High School is still influencing schools in America to do the right thing. In Georgia, there are still segregated proms and student activities. In a social studies class at my school, one of the scholars view of rural areas is that many of the citizen there voted for President Trump…

Effective Governance Builds Effective Schools

“We don’t have a failing school problem, we have a failing leadership problem”! – Erroll Davis Leading any school or school District is not easy. There are a lot of major decisions and long nights that go into ensuring that children and families receive the best education possible. Serving as a Board member and now Chairman of Ivy Preparatory Academy…

The Atlanta Beltline Strikes Out Again

“Dear Atlanta Beltline, stop using poverty to fund your project!” #ConcernedAtlantaCitizen  First it was the money taken from the inner city Atlanta Public School District, then the lack of affordable housing for citizens who became victims of gentrification from the Beltline to now, the art work included on the Atlanta Beltline Westside Bridge, in an affluent and historic African-American community…