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Nov. 10

November 10, 2011 --

Report: Gingrey’s bank stock benefits may violate ethics law Unqualified ATL water workers costing you money Clayton Co. school board member disciplined for ‘misbehavior’ Debt collector fined $4.3M State board won’t remove ATL school board Legal advocate objects to student journalists’ arrests at Occupy ATL

Jan. 25

January 25, 2011 --

ATL school board castigated, accepts probation DOT Board hopeful denies ‘conflict of interest’ House Ethics chairman’s claim leaves out key detail

Oct. 19

October 19, 2010 --

Ex-Rep. Nathan Deal paid $245K to aide’s wife ATL school board refuses on 5-4 vote to undo controversial actions ATL school board rejects ethics sanctions against member (who voted against undoing controversial actions) Governor orders probe of Dougherty Co. school system Dwindling fish won’t change reactor plans

Aug. 19

August 19, 2010 --

Ga. company fined $3.3M in federal price-fixing probe Fayette school board faces accreditation inquiry Ga. EPD to investigate DeKalb development Perdue to investigate ATL school cheating 3 ATL firefighters file lawsuits in cheating probe Ethics Commission orders Sen. Harbison to pay $3,800 Clayton Co. cop accused of protecting drug dealers Is ATL school board protecting […]

March 13

March 13, 2010 --

Landfill bill advances, critics vow to continue fight ATL school board selects test security firm to lead investigation Man pleads guilty to Dodge County vote-buying

Jackson Securities CEO, social studies teacher to join ATL school board

Jackson Securities CEO, social studies teacher to join ATL school board
September 8, 2009 --

A politically connected CEO and an Atlanta social studies teacher have qualified without opposition to seek four-year terms on the Atlanta Board of Education. So, barring an overwhelming write-in candidacy, Reuben R. McDaniel III (left), president and CEO of Jackson Securities LLC, and Courtney English, a teacher at Best Academy at Benjamin Carson, will be sworn in as board members come January. Under state law, English will need to leave his teaching job to take the board seat.