As we enter an unusual Teacher Appreciation Month, Ga School Superintendent Richard Woods is asking that all Georgians who have been touched by the contributions of a teacher during this time of distance learning – whether you are a student, parent, or community member – join us in saying “thank you."
Governor Brian Kemp congratulated the 2020 Governor's Honors Program finalists this week, but due to the unprecedented COVID-19 pandemic, those finalists won't be gathering for a summer program.
"Our focus during this time should be on compassion over compliance," Georgia School Superintendent Richard Woods said of the era of 'crisis learning.'
Secretary DeVos recently awarded $65 Million to create and expand public charter schools in areas of greatest need
Among some of the flex options, Grades K-8 may choose to issue course designations of “pass” or “fail” in lieu of final grades or numeric scores.
"This is a hard reality, and a real loss – for teachers who miss their students, students who miss their teachers, and for our graduating seniors."
Governor Brian Kemp said Wednesday that public K-12 schools will not re-open this school year. "Georgia will need more time to prepare for hospital surge...
This is as of 12:15PM on Thursday, March 26th. This decision will overrule any local public school decision at this time.
Katie is combining her expertise as a dairy farmer and a teacher to launch a Facebook education series about cows and life on a dairy farm to educate and entertain kids while schools are closed.
State School Superintendent Richard Woods is suspending the following until further notice.