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DCSS says move to charter system off to great start

The Dougherty County superintendent, Dr. David Mosely, said the school system is off to a great start already under their new charter changes. (Source: WALB) The Dougherty County superintendent, Dr. David Mosely, said the school system is off to a great start already under their new charter changes. (Source: WALB)
"There are no glitches that can't be fixed. There are always little things that go wrong but we are going to make that a positive thing for our district. We're going to make that a positive thing for our district," said Mosely. (Source: WALB) "There are no glitches that can't be fixed. There are always little things that go wrong but we are going to make that a positive thing for our district. We're going to make that a positive thing for our district," said Mosely. (Source: WALB)
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The Dougherty County superintendent, Dr. David Mosely, said the school system is off to a great start already under their new charter changes.

DCSS made the move to a charter system this year.

This gives parents and community stakeholders more control over individual schools to make improvements.

Mosely said he's excited to bring parents on board and help make schools better.

"We're really excited about it and everyone is on board. There are no glitches that can't be fixed. There are always little things that go wrong but we are going to make that a positive thing for our district. We're going to make that a positive thing for our district," said Mosely.

Albany Middle School and Sherwood Acres elementary already had their local school governance team meetings this week.

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