Dorian Walker
Dorian Walker
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Team GLOCK’s Tori Nonaka shot a personal best and came home with another High Lady and Classification win. Photo special to the MDJ.
Team GLOCK’s Tori Nonaka shot a personal best and came home with another High Lady and Classification win. Photo special to the MDJ.
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Team GLOCK’S Deon Martin fires the G41 Gen 4 to win first place in the Master Class recently at the GLOCK-sponspored Georgia State Championship. Photo special to the MDJ.
Team GLOCK’S Deon Martin fires the G41 Gen 4 to win first place in the Master Class recently at the GLOCK-sponspored Georgia State Championship. Photo special to the MDJ.
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Change program?
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September 21, 2014
For those of you who say why not just change the programs to fit the regs? You are missing the point. A great deal of time and thought has gone into the development of these programs. Faculty and facility have conformed to the goals of these programs and most of all, these programs are highly successful. Why should successful educational programs designed by local educators, families, businesses have to change what they do to comply with arbitrary regulations. Its been happening too much - testing, school rankings, teacher evaluations, registration and withdrawal procedures, tracking of students, and now - altering programs and student fundraisers and what students and staff are allowed to eat. Regs have been encroaching on schools increasingly in past years and enough is enough. The only thing I've found better about private school than public school is that private schools are not constantly having to change and bow to state and federal requirements. Schools are tired of having to react constantly to the latest new thing, and that new thing they have to comply with is typically designed by committees of individuals who send their children to private schools.
Pat and Janice Vinson
Pat and Janice Vinson
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