Clayton schools make case against state cuts
Anticipating losing thousands more students and more than $23 million, Clayton County Schools officials begged legislators Thursday to hold the line on budget cuts.
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#1 Dec 18, 2008
Clayton County is now trying to overcome it's race motivated arrogance and stubbornness.
When Clayton County turned black they immediately rejected the prevoius ways of running county government and running public schools. What a humongous mess they made.
Racist Victor Hill has finally been kicked to the curb by the voters and now sits at home sulking and hiding from the public.
The racial policies of the former school board are now being returned to normal in a bid to gain academic re-accreditation.
#2 Dec 19, 2008
Victor Hill needs to serve out the rest of his term in the Clayton County jail!
#3 Dec 19, 2008
Any school that is not accredited should be shut down, the blackification of Clayton County is on a par with Zimbabwi, when whites ran it it was bread basket of the African continent, when the whites were thrown out it became a waste land.
Same in Clayton,
#4 Dec 19, 2008
I do think the murder rate in Zimbabwe is slightly lower though!
#5 Dec 19, 2008
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