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report print email Source: Editorial: Fulton County closes Crossroads schools, cuts 74 jobs
I wish they were honest
April 25, 2013 | 11:38 AM

This is a really difficult decision for me," said Schultz. "I know many of the people [at Crossroads North] and I think they are very passionate about what they do. But I'm also a realist, and looking at the data, I know we can do better."

You can do better!!! How??? Reduce the funding and outsource it. So this is the solution from the board president and the superintendent!!!!! What a tragedy!

You know you can do better when you plan it and implement it. That's why you get taxpayer's money.

Each time Linda Schultz make a mistake, she says: "This is a really difficult decision for me." You must be joking!! This isn't a difficult decision. This is a terrible decision. This is a decision you make when you don't care about your students. This is a decision you make when you forget your priorities. This is a decision you make when funding is more important than your students.

I wish you guys cared about students as much as you cared about your political ambitions.

Great job! You saved 3 million more!!!!!!!!

Let's see how you use it now!

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