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2004 Compensation Study - Folder 2

2004 Compensation Study - Folder 2

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Published by Viola Davis
Open Records Request for 2004 Compensation Study Delivers 9,731 pages…The Truth is Missing

Restore DeKalb recently requested a copy of the 2004 Compensation Study due to the discovery of a letter written by Dr. Reanee Ivey Ellis to Walter Woods dated January 26, 2012. After submitting our Open Records Request, we were given two discs with four different groups of files to include an estimate of over 100 PDF files located in each group. Some of the files had no more than one page in the PDF file while other files had 23 pages that included several blank pages.

We went to Office Depot to copy the documents and learned that the study was broken down into over 400 files with over 9,731 pages. Several of the PDF files had one page and/or several blank pages that caused increased cost to the organization. The staff members at the Office Depot location worked hard to consolidate the PDF files into four groups. This process took over one hour costing Restore DeKalb over $70.00. The four groups are as follows:

1. Folder 1 - 3,393 pages
2. Folder 2 - 1,332 pages
3. Folder 3 - 558 pages
4. Folder 4 - 4,448 pages

Why did DeKalb County School District purposefully distort this report into 9,731 pages hidden in over 400 PDF files? Why did DeKalb County School District include blank pages within the 9,731 pages which made it hard for our watchdog group to provide the parents, homeowners, teachers, taxpayers and voters information on the compensation study? Why has DeKalb County School District (DCSD) continued to refuse to provide the final version of the 2004 Compensation Study? What does DCSD have to hide?
Open Records Request for 2004 Compensation Study Delivers 9,731 pages…The Truth is Missing

Restore DeKalb recently requested a copy of the 2004 Compensation Study due to the discovery of a letter written by Dr. Reanee Ivey Ellis to Walter Woods dated January 26, 2012. After submitting our Open Records Request, we were given two discs with four different groups of files to include an estimate of over 100 PDF files located in each group. Some of the files had no more than one page in the PDF file while other files had 23 pages that included several blank pages.

We went to Office Depot to copy the documents and learned that the study was broken down into over 400 files with over 9,731 pages. Several of the PDF files had one page and/or several blank pages that caused increased cost to the organization. The staff members at the Office Depot location worked hard to consolidate the PDF files into four groups. This process took over one hour costing Restore DeKalb over $70.00. The four groups are as follows:

1. Folder 1 - 3,393 pages
2. Folder 2 - 1,332 pages
3. Folder 3 - 558 pages
4. Folder 4 - 4,448 pages

Why did DeKalb County School District purposefully distort this report into 9,731 pages hidden in over 400 PDF files? Why did DeKalb County School District include blank pages within the 9,731 pages which made it hard for our watchdog group to provide the parents, homeowners, teachers, taxpayers and voters information on the compensation study? Why has DeKalb County School District (DCSD) continued to refuse to provide the final version of the 2004 Compensation Study? What does DCSD have to hide?

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Published by: Viola Davis on Nov 04, 2013
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