(Pssst - This Is The Clayton County School System So The Civil Rights Pharisees Have A Protection Racket Going In Defense Of 'The Leadership That Is Of The People's Own Choosing' .
Don't Expect Any Protests As The School System Has Already Implemented Their Demands For "Change - So That Something Like This Is Never Allowed To Happen Again.".
These Changes Often Allow The System To Achieve Their "Mission Accomplished" Status.)
Despite the fact that the Clayton County School System says that this question came from an "approved list" of questions, it is best to not make use of "slave references" in anything but the history class.
This school, James Jackson Elementary in Clayton County is one of the 15 schools in Clayton County that was listed as "Focus Schools", schools that have not performed satisfactorily in the state of Georgia's newly reformed school appraisal system (which replaces the "Annual Yearly Performance" metrics from "No Child Left Behind".
The absence of verbal protests with this "offense" is not just because the 'Community Actor-vists' are preparing to board a bus down to Sandtown Florida to seek "Jail For George Zimmerman", killer of Trayvon Martin. They understand that their protests involve a bit of power projection and they realize that the long troubled Clayton County School System does not need to be distracted by yet another media circus.
The rating of James Jackson Elementary (see below) tells that of a school that has challenges that need to be met. Whatever is being done now by the community, on behalf of their children is insufficient to produce the needed results.
Now that there are "favorable administrations" in these schools and, in some cases our "civil rights heroes" have replaced the names of those who "Didn't Care Nuthin About Black People And Their Names Should Not Adorn Our Schools" has been completed..............WHO among those who "lead us this far by faith" will make note of the need for a new direction and implement it, regardless of if they need to go against the establishment powers that they are responsible for putting into place?