Posted inEducation, K-12

Meet the Educator Who Wants to be the First Active Teacher on the APS Board

This story was published as part of our #APSVotes project with Atlanta Civic Circle to help shed light on APS school board elections. Read our school board election voting guide here. Alfred “Shivy” Brooks’ outlook as an educator changed at the peak of the COVID-19 pandemic.  An economics and government teacher at Clayton County’s Charles […]

Posted inNews Roundup

Atlanta Just Passed Its Largest Budget Ever

Top of the morning!  Here is Your AM Rundown, with news updates in 400 words or less. Get caught up on headlines and other developments you might’ve missed.  Here’s what’s up in Atlanta today:  It’s official y’all: The largest budget in Atlanta’s history has passed. On Tuesday, the $754 million budget, which sees pay increases […]