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posted by King Minos in Money / Career

"Big Fat Raise" 4 APS Super!

November 12, 2012

Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed said he supports Atlanta Public Schools Superintendent Erroll Davis and wants Davis’ contract to be renewed for another two years. But he also wants to increase the pay for Davis’ eventual replacement to help Atlanta recruit a successor with an undeniable national record.

http://www.ajc.com/news/news/local/atlanta-mayor-kasim-reed-wants-pay-in...

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Given Davis' paltry, pathetic record as Chancellor at the Board of Regents, hiring that man to come in and clean-up after the APS "cheating-for-cash-bonuses" scandal was akin to hiring Bernie Madoff to come in and solve the government's fiscal cliff mess!

According to Reed, we should hire the next APS Superintendent in the same manner we hire a head football coach! Got that?! Wink

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