The principal who got so fed up with Atlanta’s school system bureaucracy that he resigned changed his mind Thursday, retaining leadership of the city’s crown-jewel school.
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The week that was:
Friday: Howard “Gene” Taylor announces his resignation as principal at North Atlanta High School
Monday: Taylor promoted by Superintendent Erroll Davis to North Region Executive Director
Tuesday: Taylor’s promotion is scuttled by the Atlanta Board of Education.
Thursday: Taylor decides to stay at his old job.