According to an annual ACT report released today, only 26% of 2015 Georgia’s high school graduates who took the ACT are ready for college-level coursework in Mathematics, Reading, English, and Science.
During Race to the Top, the Innovation Fund provided 23 grants—across three rounds—to programs focused on providing K-12 applied learning opportunities, creating teacher and leader induction programs, growing the teacher and leader pipeline, or develop
Today the Governor's Office of Student Achievement released the Round 3 application for the Connections for Classrooms Grant Program.
The Governor's Office of Student Achievement has released the Race to the Top Innovation Fund Report, providing a comprehensive look at the groundbreaking education programs that were implemented in Georgia through the Race to the Top federal
The Governor’s Office of Student Achievement has released information about Fiscal Year 2016 Innovation Fund grant opportunities.
The Governor's Office of Student Achievement released a Social Return on Investment Report of the four Race to the Top Innovation Fund grantees that focused on high school transitions to college and career.
The Governor's Office of Student Achievement (GOSA) presented the results of the 2013-2014 Investing in Educational Excellence (IE2) evaluation to the State Board of Education today.
Governor Nathan Deal today announced 136 local education authorities (LEAs) will be awarded more than $25.3 million from the second round of the Connections for Classrooms grant program, a collaborative funding effort between the Governor’s Office of S
The Governor’s Office of Student Achievement (GOSA) today released the results of the spring 2014 End-of-Course Test (EOCT) erasure analysis. Again, GOSA has partnered with NCS Pearson, Inc., the state’s testing vendor in charge of developing and scor
The Governor’s Office of Student Achievement (GOSA) today released the results of the spring 2014 Criterion Referenced Competency Test (CRCT) erasure analysis. For the past six years, GOSA has partnered with CTB-McGraw Hill (CTB), the state’s testing