Georgia will use its funding to improve the professional learning available to leaders and educators on personalized learning, expand student connectivity, and improve the infrastructure of – and expand access to – the Georgia Virtual School.
As the start of school quickly approaches, the Georgia Department of Education has partnered with Verizon to provide a fast-track to enable distance learning for students in 10 neighboring states.
L4GA is a unique approach to improving literacy that pairs community-driven action with research-proven instruction.
The Georgia Department of Education and Georgia Department of Public Health are releasing Georgia's K-12 Recovery Plan – guidance to help schools plan for a safe return to in-person instruction in fall 2020.
The Georgia DOE is awarding a total of $241,900 to rural school districts to help them expand access to summer literacy programs.
Georgia will receive a total of $179,174,766 over five years to continue the Literacy for Learning, Living, and Leading in Georgia initiative, which aims to improve literacy outcomes for students from birth through grade 12.
The funds, awarded to 20 schools in 19 school districts, specifically target middle schools in rural, underserved, or high-poverty school clusters.
Rural Education Fund grants help rural schools and districts meet their students’ needs.
New K-5 standards aim to help students understand the powerful impact of agriculture on Georgia’s prosperity.
The Georgia Department of Education is offering training to assist schools, districts, and communities coping with the aftermath of Hurricane Michael.
Twenty rural districts are receiving stART grants, which can be used to create or expand arts initiatives that significantly improve students’ access to the arts.
FastTrack grants support CTAE labs in Cobb, Henry, and Hall counties.
The information gathered using the readiness check will help teachers plan instruction and families understand their child’s strengths and areas for growth.
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First Lady of Georgia Sandra Deal and State School Superintendent Dr. John Barge announced the I CAN Play a Role Campaign this week.
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