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COLUMN: Combating Substance Abuse in Schools

This abuse has significantly impacted K-12 school-age students as well as those pursuing postsecondary education.

Column: The war on boys creates another achievement gap

This education column is the opinion and analysis of the author and does not reflect those of AllOnGeorgia.  Forget the “war on women”, there is...

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...

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

Georgia is 1 of 5 States to Recognize ‘Gaming’ as an Official Sport

Georgia is one of five states in the nation that recognizes 'esports' as an official sport. GHSA has sanctioned 41 teams and colleges are even offering scholarships.

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.

Georgia’s governor restores funding to aging K-12 funding formula

Georgia fully restored funding to out-dated funding formula

Georgia Department of Early Care and Learning Announces 2019-2020 Quality Rated Advisory Committee

Bright from the Start: Georgia Department of Early Care and Learning (DECAL) has announced members of the 2019-2020 Quality Rated Advisory Committee. The committee members...

U.S. Dept of Education Fulfills Administration Promise to Invest $200 Million in STEM Education

Department will continue to focus on plugging “leaks” in the STEM education pipeline The U.S. Department of Education has announced that it has not only...