More PR

The Atlanta Public Schools are getting a PR firm. At ease, libertarians, 90% of the money is coming from private businesses.

The PR firm, Manning, Salvage & Lee, is conducting in-depth interviews with parents, community leaders, business executives, teachers and others, including critics of the school system, to find out what people feel about the schools. The project’s $45,000 cost is being shouldered by various private businesses and the school system, which is paying $5,000.

Maybe they’ll come up with the brilliant idea to have a song to symbolize the APS.

Any suggestions?

1 Comment so far

  1. Lisa Kessler (unregistered) on July 19th, 2005 @ 12:30 pm

    I think that APS is smart to hire a PR firm- hope they can turn the public’s view of their schools around. Seems that APS have a bad reputation here in Atl.

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