Gov. Brian Kemp signed a series of education-focused bills Thursday at Wheeler High School in Marietta. 

One bill, SB 48, gives Georgia its first dyslexia mandate. Starting in 2024, all elementary schools in the state must screen kindergarten students for dyslexia, and students in first through third grade who have been identified as having dyslexic traits. 

Teachers will also have new training and standards around the condition. 

"From this day forward, we will begin the process of making sure students - all students - receive the tools that they need to succeed,"  bill sponsor Sen. P.K. Martin (R-Lawrenceville) said at the signing. 

Kemp also signed into law a measure that extends the eligibility period for the HOPE Scholarship and a law that will see computer science courses taught in every public high school by 2024.