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DeKalb County School Watch: eduKALB Announces Intent to Guide ...
Hosting a dialogue among parents, educators and community members focused on improving our schools and providing a quality, equitable education for each of our nearly 100,000 students. ~ "ipsa scientia potestas est" ~ "Knowledge itself is power" A press conference was held today by eduKALB , a nonprofit organization with ties to the DeKalb Chamber of Commerce, that is "seeking quality school board leadership in DeKalb County." The stated mission of eduKALB is to facilitate improved school board leadership through civic engagement, community awareness and enhanced professional training. eduKALB ... market research, surveys and trends
Georgia Education: Governor Perdue to Appoint Brad Bryant as State ...
Governor Sonny Perdue has announced that he would appoint Brad Bryant as State School Superintendent.  Bryant will take office July 1, to fill the term of Superintendent Kathy Cox who resigned to head an education think tank in Washington, D.C..  Bryant will also run for election in November as an independent. “Brad has a wealth of experience as a parent, local school board member and State School Board member,” said Governor Perdue.  “He has done the big picture work and, on the other end of the spectrum, he understands what must take place in individual schools across the state to help students ... market research, surveys and trends


Metro Atlanta - Georgia Trend
Metro Atlanta saw a lot of activity in 2006 on all fronts – and there’s plenty more to come throughout 2007. Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport opened a fifth runway; Delta Air Lines fought off a takeover attempt and expects to emerge from Chapter 11 this spring. The Atlanta region, reports the Metro Atlanta Chamber of Com-merce, recruited a total of 47 new corporate operations that brought 3,500 jobs. The goal for this year is 50 companies and 3,900 jobs. Atlanta sits primarily in Fulton County, where Bob Simmons of that county’s development authority says capital investments in 2006 totaled more ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Georgia Education: Audrey Morgan Pledges $4 Million to Berry ...
Berry College officials announced February 19 that Atlanta philanthropist Audrey B. Morgan has pledged $4 million to support student scholarships and the Steven J. Cage Athletic and Recreation Center. This represents one of the largest individual gifts to scholarships in the 107-year history of the institution. To honor Mrs. Morgan’s generosity, one of the two new dormitories being constructed on the Berry campus will bear the name Audrey B. Morgan Hall. These new dormitories, located adjacent to the Ladd Center near Hermann Hall, will house a total of 345 students when they open in the fall. More information is available ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Charles R. Rigdon
Dr. Charles R. Rigdon of Johns Creek, Ga., the AVMA's 106th president, died May 30 after a short illness. He was 81. Dr. Rigdon brought his commitment to quality veterinary medicine, his passion for small animal practice, and his leadership experience to organized veterinary medicine. For 38 years Dr. Rigdon owned DeKalb Animal Hospital in Tucker, Ga., founding the small animal hospital in 1958 and retiring in 1996. A 1951 graduate of the University of Georgia College of Veterinary Medicine, Dr. Rigdon began his veterinary career with a commission in the Air Force Veterinary Corps. After two years of military service, he ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
Perdue makes it official. Brad Bryant begins today as school chief. He has six ...
It seems like only yesterday that we saying goodbye to Kathy Cox. Now, we are welcoming aboard Brad Bryant as the new state school superintendent to finish out the last six months of Cox’s term. Brad Bryant took his official oath today. Cox ended her tenure yesterday. (See my blog below on her last day.) Here is the official statement, which makes clear that Gov. Perdue is essentially campaigning for Bryant. Bryant only stopped by Cox’s farewell party yesterday for a minute, saying it was her moment and he did not want to detract from it. This is an unusual statement from the Perdue camp in its verbosity and its ... market trends, news research and surveys resources


Microsoft PowerPoint - Destination - DeKalb County, GA
About Us – The DeKalb Chamber of Commerce. The DeKalb Chamber of Commerce is a membership based business organization comprised of businesses ranging from ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Steps: Steps Communities: DeKalb County, GA
CDC’s Steps Program funds states, cities, and tribal groups to implement community-based chronic disease prevention programs to reduce the burden of obesity, diabetes, and asthma by addressing three related risk factors: physical inactivity, poor nutrition, and tobacco use. Steps-funded programs are showing what can be done locally in schools, work sites, communities, and health care settings to promote healthier lifestyles and help people make long-lasting and sustainable changes that can reduce their risk for chronic diseases. The Steps Program in DeKalb County is building healthier communities ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Board Members - DeKalb Technical College
Grady Gill a resident of Madison, Georgia and has been employed with the Pennington Seed Company for the past 40 years, the last 20 years as Chief Financial Officer. Mr. Gill is a former member of the Morgan Memorial Hospital Board and served as chairman of the board for 10 years. He is very involved in the Morgan County Cultural Center, serving as an officer of their board. Mr. Gill has also served as a member of the Athens Technical College Board of Directors and currently represents the Morgan County service area as a member of the Dekalb Technical College Board of Directors. »  Hide   Ms. Sandra Font, ...
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Is there an area in AtlantaGA called China Town to go shopping I ...
The estimated 50,000 Chinese-Americans in Atlanta -- and anyone who appreciates Asian culture -- now have a new spot for dining, shopping and socializing. Atlanta developer Peter Chang's company, Atlanta Chinatown Investments, L.L.C. purchased the Chinatown Square Mall in Chamblee and since then has renovated it and integrated it into a broader international project. The 65,000-square-foot mall includes a Chinese Food Court, two restaurants, several offices, a grocery store, gift shops, a bookstore, cosmetic shop, a video rental store, a beauty salon and other retailers. It will be part of the International Village ...
Georgia: Plantation Houses near Atlanta, bed and breadfast ...
  We will be visiting Atlanta for 5 days in Sept.  (When we were in the New Orleans area, we enjoyed touring the plantations and plantation houses.)  1.)Are there any plantations or plantation houses near Atlanta?  2.) How long does it take to drive from Atlanta to Savannah or Charleston, S.C.?  3.) What do you consider "must see" in the Atlanta area?  Thank you for taking your time to answer these questions. ...