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Consequences of school threats

School threats can have lifelong consequences

POLL: 67% of Voters Support School Choice

American Federation for Children's National School Choice Poll Shows 67% of Voters Support School Choice Support Grew 4% compared to 2018

U.S. Department of Education Announces Initiative to Address the Inappropriate Use of Restraint and...

Effort to Protect Children with Disabilities, Ensure Compliance with Federal Laws

Evans-Tattnall Homeschool Co-Op Thrives with Academic & Fellowship Successes

A homeschooling cooperative in southeast Georgia brings together around 30 families and 78 children each week to offer the ultimate homeschooling experience, complete with ‘enrichment classes’ on everything from chemistry and zoology to choir and Constitutional literacy.

Georgia Awarded $2.9M Grant for Preschool Development for Children

Bright from the Start: Georgia Department of Early Care and Learning (DECAL) announced recently that Georgia has been awarded a $2.9 million Preschool Development...

Barge qualifies for GA State School Superintendent

Former State School Superintendent John Barge wants his old job back

U.S. Department of Ed Acts on School Safety, Student Privacy

It's all a result of a report that found “substantial misunderstanding remains at the local level among officials and educators concerning (FERPA), and in particular its application to school-based threats.”

Some think education spending should increase nationally, poll finds

New poll finds that the general public would like to see increases to public education funding.

Miscommunication – Atlanta school will say Pledge of Allegiance to start day

On Thursday, Atlanta Neighborhood Charter School (ANCS) reported they would no longer say the Pledge of Allegiance at the start of their school day....

Georgia approves new standards for fine arts, physical education

Based on the recommendation of State School Superintendent Richard Woods, the State Board of Education last month approved revised standards for physical education and several fine arts areas. All standards were developed or revised based on public feedback, including opportunities for public comment and participation from educators, business and industry representatives, parents, and advocates.