Report: Consistent and strong teacher evaluation models improve teachers and students

Recent Efforts to Improve Teacher Evaluations Yield Multiple Benefits, Including Retaining More Effective Teachers and Prompting Least Effective Teachers to Leave.

$260,000 set aside to expand arts education in rural Georgia schools

The Georgia Department of Education is awarding a total of $260,000 to rural school districts to help them expand the fine arts opportunities available...

Summer Reading Program Offers Thousands of Free Books to Georgia Kids

Last year, children in 134 counties spent 927,344 minutes reading 66,614 books. The organization wants to break that record this year.

Column: Georgia’s schools ignore parental consent on student mental health

Jane Robbins is a Harvard educated attorney and a senior fellow with the APP Foundation, based out of Georgia. Robbins has modeled federal and...

A coastal Georgia career academy receives honors from Lt. Governor

A career academy in coastal Georgia receives honors.

Georgia’s SAT scores go up by 14 points from previous year

Georgia's 2018 SAT results are 14 points higher than last year's.

Georgia receives $1.3 million to help veterans begin teaching careers

Georgia is receiving $1.3 million to help U.S. military veterans begin careers in teaching. The Georgia Department of Education received a $1,324,170 grant from the...

School Safety: Abrams and Kemp pitch plans to Georgia voters

Candidates for Georgia Governor have school safety on their minds.

Amazon looks to become a player in the K-12 education market

Amazon looks could make a move in the K-12 education market.