The president of one of Georgia's largest teachers unions is on the campaign trail. But she's not running for office. Calvine Rollins of the Georgia Educators Association is traveling to different parts of the state urging lawmakers to restore state funding for 180 days of school.
The summer is winding down for the bulk of Georgia students heading back to class. Schools in more than 30 districts are already in session. And 84-thousand of the state’s youngest learners will attend Pre-K. Thanks to additional funding, pre-kindergarteners will now have a full 180 days to learn.