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Rural GA Republicans Split on Private School Voucher Bill

The bill ultimately did not pass out of the Senate before Crossover Day, but it divided the Republican delegation.

Georgia Department of Education recognizes six Military Flagship Schools

The Georgia Department of Education has selected six schools as winners of the new Military Flagship School Award, State School Superintendent Richard Woods announced...

Superintendent Woods: Teachers changed my life, teaching shaped my life, and I want to...

The following letter was written by State School Superintendent Richard Woods during Teacher Appreciation Week. In Georgia, the Department of Education is celebrating Teacher...

Column: Teacher pay matters. So does pay policy

Column: "Union leaders are doing their members no favors by fighting efforts to remove ineffective teachers from the classroom, as that provides reticent state legislators and school boards all the evidence they need to resist pay increases. "

Op-Ed: Kids need to keep learning over the summer – here’s how

By State Librarian Julie Walker and State School Superintendent Richard Woods. These are the views of the authors and not necessarily those of AllOnGeorgia.  For...

Barge qualifies for GA State School Superintendent

Former State School Superintendent John Barge wants his old job back

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...

Most state laws silent on dismissing ineffective teachers, Georgia not one of them

A new report released on Thursday said many states are not balancing the need to get rid of ineffective teachers with the interest of...

17 Georgia schools receive grants for career-readiness activities

17 mini-grants awarded schools to support student career-readiness activities associated with the YouScience aptitude assessment tool.

Georgia Department of Education provides funding for career education labs

The Georgia Department of Education has awarded $501,000 in FastTrack grant funds to four schools to support them in equipping their Career, Technical, and...