Georgia Dept of Education Awards Second Round of Opportunity Grants to 498 Schools
Grants fund student opportunities in fine arts, health and physical education, world language and summer learning
2 Georgia Entities Land Money for Charter School Expansion
Secretary DeVos recently awarded $65 Million to create and expand public charter schools in areas of greatest need
Ga DOE Receives Formal Waiver for Testing, Accountability Requirements
Among some of the flex options, Grades K-8 may choose to issue course designations of “pass” or “fail” in lieu of...
Open Letter from Superintendent Woods: School buildings are closed, but the hearts of educators remain open
"This is a hard reality, and a real loss – for teachers who miss their students, students who miss their teachers,...
Kemp to Close K-12 Schools for the Rest of the School Year, Order Shelter in Place
Governor Brian Kemp said Wednesday that public K-12 schools will not re-open this school year. “Georgia will need more time to...
Kemp Closes K-12 Public Schools Through April 24
This is as of 12:15PM on Thursday, March 26th. This decision will overrule any local public school decision at this time.
Dairy Farmer Offers Fun Facebook Education Series For Kids During School Closures
Katie is combining her expertise as a dairy farmer and a teacher to launch a Facebook education series about cows and...
Superintendent Woods suspends state testing administration, accountability requirements
State School Superintendent Richard Woods is suspending the following until further notice.
Gov. Kemp Orders All Public Schools Closed Thru End of Month
All public schools will be closed through the end of the month of March thanks to an executive order issued by...
Secretary Perdue: “If Schools are closed, we are going to do our very best to make sure kids are fed”
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Georgia Historical Society’s Georgia History Festival Raises Record $1.625 Million For Statewide Educational Programming
The program has surpassed all previous institutional fundraising milestones by raising a record $1,625,000 for K-12 educational programs in Georgia.