On Sunday, March 22, the Savannah Morning News published an article beginning above-the-fold on page one (http://savannahnow.com/news/2015-03-21/savannah-chatham-school-board-faces-vote-schools-futurev). The reporter, Ms. Jenel Few, presented several paragraphs about each of the three options the Chatham-Savannah school system, and Georgia’s other 179 school systems, have to choose from by June 30. Although she included some comments from local folks, her explanations were objective and unbiased. According to this article, the Chatham-Savannah school board held over 20 meetings for parents, staff, and school councils. These meetings presented information about the three choices and gathered feedback for the school board to consider when they make their decision. Ms. Few wrote that the Savannah-Chatham school board will hold public hearings in May before they have to make their decision. In addition the Savannah-Chatham school system’s website provides a place where citizens, students, teachers, taxpayers, and the community can leave their input.
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