- More accountability, transparency and choice needed in post-COVID-19 education system
- > Jan 18, 8:37 AM: Improving our schools to overcome COVID-19-related learning losses will require efforts from many corners. But let’s be clear about one thing: Kids weren’t getting what they needed to succeed even before COVID. A return to
- Kemp commits $47 million in federal COVID-19 relief for education
- Jan 13, 8:40 AM: Gov. Brian Kemp has announced how he will distribute more of the discretionary funding Congress gave him and other governors for pandemic relief in education.
- Atlanta Public Schools to begin the year with online-only classes
Atlanta Public Schools announced Saturday that it will conduct classes remotely next week due the the surge of coronavirus cases in the metro area.
Jan 3, 7:07 AM:
- State lawmakers to take aim at racial history in public schools, partisan school boards
- > Dec 29, 8:16 AM: Teachers and administrators from across the state agree critical race theory is not discussed in Georgia grade school classrooms, but it likely will be a hot topic under the Gold Dome in January as lawmakers return for an
- Columbia County commissioners approve funding for SAIL charter school
- > Dec 22, 8:31 AM: The road for the School for Arts Infused Learning or SAIL in Evans looks bright. “It’s a family. It’s more than just a school. We’re excited that this is really going to give us a chance to move forward,” said Melissa
- Opinion: Fewer Georgia students are going to college. That’s a problem
- > Dec 2, 12:06 PM: In a guest column, Tina Fernandez discusses the pandemic’s toll on Georgia’s high school and college students, citing a weakening path from high school to college. Fernandez is executive director of Achieve Atlanta and a
- Atlanta superintendent calls for innovation during first State of District speech
- Nov 22, 8:50 AM: The Atlanta Public Schools superintendent used her first State of the District speech to make a case for more innovation in learning.
- Nearly 2,000 Atlanta students ask to move to virtual classes
- > Nov 17, 9:18 AM: Atlanta Public Schools spokesman Seth Coleman said 1,954 students applied for spots in Atlanta Virtual Academy. The district previously warned parents it may need to hold a lottery to determine which students would be
- Atlanta board OKs renewal of district’s oldest charter school
- Nov 10, 9:42 AM: The Atlanta Board of Education voted unanimously Monday to authorize the district’s oldest charter school to continue to operate for another five years.
- Georgia school enrollment growing again, but just a little
- Nov 5, 8:38 AM: Enrollment in Georgia’s public schools recovered this fall after a steep drop last year, with gains centered mostly among younger incoming students amid small declines in other grades.
- Rural Georgia: $30 million in federal stimulus to improve student learning outcomes
- > Nov 5, 5:30 AM: Georgia’s initiative for improving education in rural areas continues to take shape as policymakers evaluate Census figures showing ongoing population declines that challenge efforts to maintain rural communities.
- Georgia charter schools graduation rate tops state average
More Georgia high school students graduated from charter schools than the state average, data from the Georgia Department of Education show
Oct 29, 8:10 AM:
- Atlanta schools offer $3K to lure teachers for online class
- Oct 25, 8:36 AM: Atlanta public school officials are offering a $3,000 bonus to try to recruit new teachers for additional virtual classes.
- Atlanta high school graduation rates increase for class of 2021
- Oct 22, 8:31 AM: Atlanta Public Schools’ four-year graduation rate reached 83.1% for the class of 2021. That’s an increase from the year before, when it was 80.3%.
- Atlanta Public Schools offers $3,000 bonus to recruit virtual teachers
- Oct 21, 6:17 AM: Teachers willing to start a new job mid-year with the Atlanta Virtual Academy will receive a $3,000 hiring bonus.
- Atlanta Public Schools recruiting teachers for virtual expansion
- Oct 5, 7:53 AM: Atlanta Public Schools is trying to hire more teachers to ensure every student who wants to enroll in the district’s virtual program can make that switch.
- GaDOE launches ESSER funding dashboard to evaluate COVID-19 relief funds
- > Sep 30, 8:31 AM: The Georgia Department of Education has developed an ESSER funding dashboard that will provide a simple, transparent way for the public to see Georgia school districts’ use of federal COVID-19 relief funds.
- Column: Offering choices will not hurt public schools
- > Sep 27, 9:15 AM: For too long, money has been an excuse not to give more options to more families. The notion we would defund public education by extending options was never true: In the case of charters, we’re still talking about public
- Atlanta Board of Education candidate forum to focus on charter schools
- Sep 22, 9:08 AM: Candidates will be invited to participate in a forum organized by the Atlanta Charter Partner Network. The topics discussed will focus on charter school issues.
- As COVID surges, metro Atlanta parents seek virtual school options
- > Sep 1, 12:38 PM: In the spring, when Caitlin Snyder and her husband committed to sending their two young daughters to in-person classes this school year, COVID-19 case rates were low and the Cobb County School District required masks.
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