Prayer changes a school system

Don Griffith is superintendent of schools for the City Schools of Decatur in Decatur, Georgia. He is a longtime educator, and was selected in 1993 as one of the one hundred outstanding educators in North America. In the following interview he talks with contributing editor Geraldine Schiering about the part spiritual understanding has played in turning around a school system.

Don, please acquaint us with Decatur, Georgia, and your school district. We are a school district of 2,400 students. We're part of metropolitan Atlanta, where a number of school systems have over 50,000 students. But within the state, our system is the average size.

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