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A public school teacher in Walker County School District filed a lawsuit today in federal court asserting his First Amendment right to speak at public meetings of the Walker County Board of Education. Jim Barrett, a social studies teacher at Saddle Ridge Middle School, sought to speak at the February 17, 2015 board meeting and was told by Superintendent Damon Raines that he could not.   Barrett, who was appointed to the Professional Standards Commission by Governor Deal last July, has been publically advocating against the Board’s recent changes to the grading system.  Continue Reading

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