A key state legislator said Georgia lawmakers are considering creating a new panel to review school funding.
House Education Committee Chairman Brooks Coleman told Morris News Service he hopes the new panel could draft recommendations next year.
Just as North Georgia is beginning to fully recover from last week’s snow and ice, another ice storm is in the forecast for next week. Meanwhile, school districts are deciding how to make up already missed school days.
Georgia schools could drop cursive handwriting from the curriculum.
Teachers spend less time teaching penmanship because of standardized testing.
Students are currently required to learn cursive beginning in the third grade.