Rep. Matt Dubnik Receives National Alliance of Public Charter Schools 2023 Champion for Charter Schools Award
State Representative Matt Dubnik, chairman of the House Appropriations Subcommittee on Education, recently received the 2023 Champion for Charter Schools Award...
Kemp Honors Service to Arts and Humanities
Ten members of Georgia’s arts and humanities communities were awarded with this honor following a competitive selection process from nominations submitted...
State Board of Education withdraws 10% EOC proposal
The State Board of Education voted recently to withdraw its recommendation of a 10% course grade weight for Georgia Milestones End-of-Course...
Kemp Names Two Winners of Georgia RISE Award for Classified School Employees
Two Georgia public-school employees have been named the winners of the first-ever Georgia RISE Award, which honors classified school employees.
Georgia graduation rate increases again
Georgia's graduation rate has increased by 14.1 percentage points since 2012, with steady increases each year.
U.S. DOE Releases the ‘Nation’s Report Card Results for 12th Graders’
Grade 12 Reading Score Declines, Mathematics Score Unchanged on The Nation’s Report Card; Scores decline for lower-performing students in both subjects...
Poll: Georgia Voters Show Bipartisan Support for “Early Childhood Education & Family-Friendly Policies”
According to the poll, 86% indicated support for targeted financial assistance specifically for the child care industry - 92% of Democrats...
State Superintendent: “We must reimagine K-12 education in Georgia”
Woods releases 'A Roadmap to Reimagining K-12 Education' , saying "Overnight, Georgia's public schools transformed longstanding educational structures, forever changing how...
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DPH responds to Bulloch Superintendent’s Request; BOE Set to Discuss at Next Workshop
The Georgia Department of Health has responded to a request to amend a state administrative order by the superintendent of the...
Georgia School District Among Those to Receive Funds for New Human Trafficking Prevention Education
Eight school districts across the country received $4.3 million in awards to develop and implement programs to prevent human trafficking victimization.
For the fifth year in a row, Georgia students surpass national average on ACT
Georgia's class of 2020 continued a now-half-decade trend of outpacing the nation on the ACT, with the state's average score increasing...