“It’s essential that we offer a robust set of opportunities to Georgia students, and Advanced Placement is an important part of that,” State School Superintendent Richard Woods. “I congratulate the educators and leaders who worked to create strong AP programs in these 230 Georgia schools, ultimately connecting students with high-level coursework and the opportunity to gain college credit.”
The Georgia Department of Education announced Wednesday that it will provide $500,000 to 17 school districts to implement middle-school computer coding programs. The funds, approved...
A big step for lots of little ones around the state.
Fourteen new counties in Georgia have joined the Campaign for Grade-Level Reading (GLR Campaign), a nationwide movement to increase early reading proficiency.
A Georgia Senate study committee looks to review when schools in Georgia should start back to school.
Bus drivers in a Georgia school district call out sick and illegally go on strike.
Amazon looks could make a move in the K-12 education market.
First lady Sandra Deal makes 900th school visit
Georgia school districts want to use their own homegrown testing to monitor student progress and ditch the Georgia Milestones test.
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...