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Column: The war on boys creates another achievement gap

This education column is the opinion and analysis of the author and does not reflect those of AllOnGeorgia.  Forget the “war on women”, there is...

State Charter Schools Commission Announces Leadership Change

The State Charter Schools Commission of Georgia (SCSC) announced recently that Executive Director Dr. Bonnie Holliday will join the Georgia Charter Schools Association (GCSA)...

Georgia Department of Education provides funding for career education labs

The Georgia Department of Education has awarded $501,000 in FastTrack grant funds to four schools to support them in equipping their Career, Technical, and...

Analysis: Why do bad teachers not get fired?

Some Georgia school districts were studied and reviewed that many of those teachers were not dismissed due to poor performance.

84 Georgia School Districts Recognized for Farm to School Innovation at 2018 Golden...

The Golden Radish Award publicly recognizes Georgia school districts for best practices in farm to school programs, such as local food procurement, exposing students to new foods through taste tests and incorporating cooking and gardening activities in curriculum.

Georgia approves new standards for fine arts, physical education

Based on the recommendation of State School Superintendent Richard Woods, the State Board of Education last month approved revised standards for physical education and several fine arts areas. All standards were developed or revised based on public feedback, including opportunities for public comment and participation from educators, business and industry representatives, parents, and advocates.

Op-Ed by Superintendent Woods: It’s time to lift up, instead of label, our schools

Op-Ed by State School Superintendent Richard Woods: It’s time to lift up, instead of label, our schools. ‘Our students – and schools – are more than a score’

Fact Check: Candidate for Governor incorrect on early learning cost and long-lasting effects

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

OPINION: President’s Proposal to End Federal Afterschool Funding Would Cause ‘Catastrophic Harm to Students,...

“If Congress agrees to the President’s FY2020 budget proposal to eliminate federal funding for afterschool, programs will close."

Georgia receives testing waiver from U.S. Department of Education for middle school advanced courses

Georgia received approval from the U.S. Department of Education (US ED) April 12 to reduce testing and avoid duplication for students taking advanced courses...