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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....

Forty-three mini-grants will help support 1,343 children and 220 teachers impacted by Hurricane Michael

Forty-three licensed child care programs in Southwest Georgia impacted by Hurricane Michael will receive special mini-grants from the international organization Save the Children and...

17 Georgia school districts receive $500,000 grant for computer coding courses

The Georgia Department of Education announced Wednesday that it will provide $500,000 to 17 school districts to implement middle-school computer coding programs. The funds, approved...

Column: Do Growth Mindset Interventions Work?

Editor's note - AllOnGeorgia reached out to Dr. Brooke Macnamara to present her critique of the Growth Mindset theory found in many schools in...

$260,000 set aside to expand arts education in rural Georgia schools

The Georgia Department of Education is awarding a total of $260,000 to rural school districts to help them expand the fine arts opportunities available...

Kemp’s Office of Student Achievement Partners with Dept. of Education to Train School Principals

GSLA is designed to support school leaders working to achieve positive, transformational school-level change. During a year-long cohort experience, participants receive in-depth leadership training and support through a combination of in-person meetings, coaching and mentorship from a former Georgia principal, and opportunities to network with fellow principals who are also working to transform their schools.

International Company to Make Donation to Education in One Georgia County

Gov. Nathan Deal was joined this week by Gov.-elect Brian Kemp, SK innovation CEO Jun Kim, Georgia Department of Economic Development (GDEcD) Commissioner Pat...

Two Georgia educators involved in APS test cheating scandal go to prison

Two Georgia educators go to prison involved in APS test cheating scandal.

Report: Consistent and strong teacher evaluation models improve teachers and students

Recent Efforts to Improve Teacher Evaluations Yield Multiple Benefits, Including Retaining More Effective Teachers and Prompting Least Effective Teachers to Leave.

Georgia’s leading law official clarifies confusing bus law change

Confusing change to a new bus law prompts top Georgia law official to clarify the law that does not follow best practices for student safety.