Many of you may have heard recently about proposed changes to Georgia school funding formula by the Education Reform Commission. if you were not aware, Georgia virtual students are currently the lowest funded students in Georgia, with our students receiving only 50-60% of funding of the average of other public school students in Georgia.Read More
JANUARY 15, 2014
By Greg Bluestein and James Salzer
Gov. Nathan Deal wants to plow more than 80 percent of new state spending next year into schools, following the strategy of predecessors who paved their way to re-election by embracing public education.Read More
THE ATLANTA JOURNAL-CONSTITUTION
Sunday, Nov. 3, 2013
By Kyle Wingfield
Halloween is over, but it’s not too late to revisit some spooky stories from the past.
A year ago, Georgians were gearing up to vote in an election that lacked drama locally. It was clear Mitt Romney would win our electoral votes and that most legislative races would unfold as expected, so the bulk of the intrigue concerned the fate of the charter schools amendment.Read More
Charter schools – publicly funded and privately run – are gaining ground as a new state commission takes charge.
By Jerry Grillo
The following is an excerpt from the complete story that can be found at: http://www.georgiatrend.com/October-2013/Class-Act/Read More