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Old 06-29-2009, 11:43 AM
 
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This issue has been beaten to death. The schools in parts of GA are poor. The schools in many parts of the northeast are also poor. We are from the NE, and I have been very happy with the school my kids attend in North Fulton. My son with an IEP has had a terrific amount of support here.

My sister teaches special ed in NJ. She was my "go-to" person whenever I had questions regarding the services my son got. She has been impressed with what she has heard. He just graduated with a college prep diploma.
You were very lucky with your son's education. You must not be in Hall or Gwinnett. I have seen the education first hand here in Georgia,behind the scenes and from a teacher coming from the North,I was just trying to help another family from making the same mistake ours made.I still stand by opinion and that would be to stay up North if that is at all possible. We are still trying to get back home. Live and Learn!
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Old 05-26-2010, 12:14 PM
 
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You were very lucky with your son's education. You must not be in Hall or Gwinnett. I have seen the education first hand here in Georgia,behind the scenes and from a teacher coming from the North,I was just trying to help another family from making the same mistake ours made.I still stand by opinion and that would be to stay up North if that is at all possible. We are still trying to get back home. Live and Learn!
I have to disagree with you, I know several people that live in Marietta and Kennesaw and their children receive excellent services and education.
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Old 06-15-2015, 03:12 AM
 
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Hi,

I am also relocating to alpharetta , GA from inida for one year. I have a kid age of 3 months with me. My concerns are:
1) is it safe to live alone with the child only?
2) How about the day care in the city?
3) what is the minimum age of admission in day care in general?
4) And cost for the same
5) What things to be taken care while re-locating in the city?

I will be really grateful if someone could help me on that.

Thanks a lot in anticipation.
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Old 06-15-2015, 06:19 AM
 
Location: MMU->ABE->ATL->ASH
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1. Yes
2. Lots
3. Varies ~12 week to 6yo
4. Varies Depends on age, hours of services, program
5. Lots
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