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COLUMN: When Military Families Move to Georgia, Transitioning School-age Children is Paramount

OPINION: A teacher discusses an issue likely of great interest to military families in Georgia: how military families moving into the state might approach local education issues and the importance of having the right environment.

For the third year in a row, Georgia students surpass national average on ACT

Georgia’s students continued to outpace the nation on the ACT in 2018. Georgia’s average composite score of 21.4 held steady from 2017 to 2018 but...

Study: Teen internet use ‘nearly constant’, 95 percent own smartphone

Teens are on their phone constantly, says a new study. How does this impact their lives?

Amazon looks to become a player in the K-12 education market

Amazon looks could make a move in the K-12 education market.

Georgia Educators Launch “Build My Brain” Course

Georgia Early Education Alliance for Ready Students announced this week the launch of Build My Brain, a cross-disciplinary online course focused on the science...

22 Georgia school districts want to ditch the Georgia Milestones for their own tests

Georgia school districts want to use their own homegrown testing to monitor student progress and ditch the Georgia Milestones test.

U.S. Department of Labor Joins Partnership to Promote Workplace Safety During Construction of Georgia...

The U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has signed a strategic partnership with the Georgia Tech Enterprise Innovation Institute’s Safety,...

Students make strong gains on spring 2018 Georgia Milestones assessments

Great news for public school kids across the state!

Georgia Dept. of Ed Releases Latest CCRPI Scores

The Georgia Department of Education released the 2018 College and Career Ready Performance Index (CCRPI) scores on Monday.  As part of Georgia’s state plan for the...