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
Kemp names new Chief of Georgia Technical School System
Both the Technical College System of Georgia and the state’s certification agency for educators are getting new leaders.
Georgia Department of Education releases lists of 2019-20 Distinguished and Reward Schools
The Distinguished Schools designation recognizes the highest-performing Title I schools in Georgia, while the Reward Schools designation recognizes Title I schools...
Report: Majority of State Charter Schools Outperform on CCRPI Measures
59%of state charter schools outperformed their comparison districts on CCRPI measures that satisfy SCSC academic expectations in the Comprehensive Performance Framework (CPF),...
Recommendation approved to address double-testing of AP, IB students
Georgia Department of Education says common-sense change further reduces high-stakes testing in Georgia; could eliminate approximately 58,000 high-stakes tests this year
Georgia’s 2019 CTAE graduation rate reaches 96.54%
This rate – which applies to students who complete a Career Pathway – exceeds the statewide graduation rate by 14.54 percentage...
Georgia DNR Launches State Fish Art Contest
This contest is open to kids in Grades K-12.
Kemp Announces Partnership With SANS Institute for Cyber Workforce Development
This partnership will provide high school girls with the opportunity to develop their skills and explore careers in the cyber industry...
Georgia CCRPI Scores Slip for Middle, Elementary Grades
The Georgia Department of Education released the 2019 College and Career Ready Performance Index (CCRPI) scores last week and the scores...
Georgia FinTech Academy Gets New Executive Director
The University System of Georgia named a new executive director of the Georgia FinTech Academy.
Georgia DOT Partners with Scholastic to Launch Program in Ga Middle Schools
“Through the ‘Recognizing the Risk’ educational program, Scholastic and Georgia DOT encourage students to learn about the risks of distracted walking...