Who has the most influence?
I've tried to keep up with the Atlanta Journal investigation of the Atlanta schools cheating on tests and not recording drop-outs so as to look like more graduate. (If you don't get a request to forward a student's work by a new school, they have dropped out!)
However today the paper also again covered the situation with judges in Georgia, listing all those who have been forced out of office recently. Our two in Fayette are just a drop in the bucket!
My question is this: if all found guilty, which I doubt, what department will absorb the most punishment by the most people? Judicial or School Administration? (Don't count the first few "goats."
You know what is worse than the judges involved or the top school administrators involved?
It is all the underlings and cooperatives hanging around who knew for a long time what was going on in both instances (school and judicial)
Even Constitutional Officers knew!
I have heard of "gang" members being "loyal" before but nearly whole staffs being "loyal" is getting really bad.
"Scratch my back and I'll scratch yours," or watch out for my job and I'll take care of you!
We can't continue to say that Atlanta is terrible about these kind of things when we participate right here in "River City." (Pool, that is!)