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Video: Can You Work with Dr. P?

Byron Dobbs of WLJA-FM asked the candidates for school board chair if they could work effectively with Cherokee's school superintendent.

The  fractured relationships between supporters and supporters.

During Monday night's debate at the Cherokee County Republican Party headquarters in Towne Lake, Byron Dobbs of WLJA-FM (101.1) asked the candidates for school board chair if they could work effectively with Cherokee's school superintendent.

Watch what and  had to say. Dukes is on the Cherokee Charter Academy governing board. Read is the Cherokee County Board of Education vice chairwoman.

Look for more video coverage from Canton-Sixes Patch later.

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Chris Knowles July 25, 2012 at 06:29 PM
This is yet another disappointing article that characterizes this as pro-CCSD or not ... if there was no CCSD, then what would there be? The whole county can't be made a charter system overnight nor would any of us who are rational suggest that be a possibility without much more research. The real characterization that should be made is can the current administration of the CCBOE and CCSD be effective in opening the discussion on education choice and are they willing to be much more fiscally responsible or not? This isn't about CCA and it is just poor journalism to keep calling it that. As for Frank ... well hopefully we change the face of the BOE, give accountability back to the voters of Cherokee County and that won't be an issue.
Rodney Thrash July 25, 2012 at 08:30 PM
Byron Dobbs asked Danny Dukes if he would be able to work with Dr. Petruzielo. He started the question by saying Mr. Dukes was heavily involved in Cherokee Charter Academy. Furthermore, this is not an article. It is a video clip with a short intro to provide context for readers who might not have understood why Mr. Dobbs made the connection to Cherokee Charter in his question.

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