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Recently when people refer to or even utter the name DeKalb County School System they immediately think about the finances and the accreditation Where did fifty million dollars go over a five year span How would that affect the graduates of the future Well I cannot help but wonder the same things because it not only impacts me but also those around me my friends and siblings More importantly it is not right for the students who have worked so hard to walk across the stage on their given graduation year and receive a certificate that now virtually means nothing because a board of trustees cant be trusted Maybe it is only at Stephenson High School but when students walk through the hallways it seems as if they have lost all hope and aspiration of learning This can be quite depressing to teachers that put their all into their jobs who love what they do and embrace it daily Not to mention students like me who take an odd but genuine pride in their education not because their mother says they have to but because they want to Hidden secrets of DeKalb County are beginning to surface upsetting many especially concerned parents Those parents that feel their children are being cheated in a way that is unlawful and should be punishable The students took no part and were victimized Ty Tagami of The Atlanta Journal- Constitution quoted Elgart The school board is accused of wasting money such as 50 million in legal fees over five years that otherwise could have been spent on teachers and students This statement infuriated others and only lead to more questioning Where did the money go Who was responsible individually Why wasnt the money spent sparingly Why should the students be punished because of it All of which are still unanswered because board members and county faculty have been silenced out of fear of losing
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