Well, someone clearly didn't want to be principal anymore

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Apparently, that was not a firing offense.

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Imagine how bad the public schools are in the area, that black families have to weigh the decision on whether or not to send their students to this abomination instead, as the ‘better’ option.

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Well, it is Georgia after all. :roll_eyes:

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That’s actually even better.

The school says she’s been fired but the principal says she’s back at work.

TNT’s board chairwoman said in a May letter to the NAACP that TNT leader Nancy Gordeuk had been dismissed. But Gordeuk told Georgia Accrediting Commission executive director Phil Murphy last month that she is still the school’s director, Murphy told The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

Which is true? The article doesn’t bother to tell us.

Although to be fair they do appear to have made some basic effort to find out:

Gordeuk and a TNT spokesman did not respond to telephone and email messages from The Atlanta Journal-Constitution Friday.

It appears the school may no longer exist. I can’t access any of the websites claiming to be the schools and this indicates the LLC operating it is dead:

https://ecorp.sos.ga.gov/BusinessSearch/BusinessInformation?businessId=1691469&businessType=Domestic%20Limited%20Liability%20Company&fromSearch=True

Aha - name change in 2018 to Choice Educational Academy

http://gac.coe.uga.edu/wp-content/uploads/2019/03/Private-Schools-3-7-19.pdf

And quelle surprise:

https://ecorp.sos.ga.gov/BusinessSearch/BusinessFilings

Nancy Gordeuk is involved in that too.

Choice Educational Academy 6-12 ACC
5510 Lilburn-Stone Mountain Rd.
Stone Mountain, GA 30087
Nancy H. Gordeuk, Center Manager
770-921-3690
Formerly TNT Academy 8/27/18

but not surprisingly appears nowhere on the website:

https://www.choiceeducationalacademy.com/

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It’s not all of GA, thanks very much.

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