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Consequences of school threats

School threats can have lifelong consequences

Barge qualifies for GA State School Superintendent

Former State School Superintendent John Barge wants his old job back

Georgia’s students exceed the national average on AP exams

Georgia ranks 15th in the nation for the percentage of students passing AP exams, according to data released last week by the College Board. Georgia’s...

Georgia’s 25 safest school districts

What are GA's safest school systems? Is your district on the list?

Georgia lawmakers look to reduce school suspensions and expulsions

Georgia lawmakers look to prevent consecutive school expulsions and suspensions

Fact Check: Abrams incorrect on early learning cost and long-lasting effects

Georgia Democratic nominee for governor Stacey Abrams says the average cost of childcare in the state is more than the average of in-state college...

Bus drivers in Georgia school district illegally go on strike

Bus drivers in a Georgia school district call out sick and illegally go on strike.

Fourteen Counties in Georgia Join the Campaign for Grade-Level Reading

Fourteen new counties in Georgia have joined the Campaign for Grade-Level Reading (GLR Campaign), a nationwide movement to increase early reading proficiency.

Most state laws silent on dismissing ineffective teachers, Georgia not one of them

A new report released on Thursday said many states are not balancing the need to get rid of ineffective teachers with the interest of...

Kemp’s Office of Student Achievement Partners with Dept. of Education to Train School Principals

GSLA is designed to support school leaders working to achieve positive, transformational school-level change. During a year-long cohort experience, participants receive in-depth leadership training and support through a combination of in-person meetings, coaching and mentorship from a former Georgia principal, and opportunities to network with fellow principals who are also working to transform their schools.