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A video series highlighting consistently high-performing Georgia public schools which demonstrate excellent student outcomes despite challenging student demographics.
A comprehensive resource that provides concise school performance reports for all public elementary, middle, and high schools in Georgia. (This data-set will be updated in February 2020.)
Over 10 years of High School graduates and their education progression — This interactive dashboard shows what high school graduates do following graduation. (This data-set currently contains 2007-2017 statewide data.)
Georgia will receive a total of $179,174,766 over five years to continue the Literacy for Learning, Living, and Leading in Georgia (L4GA) initiative, which aims to improve literacy outcomes for students from birth through grade 12.
A video series highlighting exceptional educators around the state.
College and Career Ready Performance Index (CCRPI): Georgia's comprehensive school improvement, accountability, and communication platform.
Georgia Professional Standards Commission: Agency responsible for the preparation, certification, and professional conduct of certified personnel employees in Georgia public schools.
Georgia Public Broadcasting | Innovation in Teaching Competition: Digital library of videos and unit plans from award-winning teachers that promote excellence in the classroom.
Get Georgia Reading: Partners dedicated to creating a framework of action to make all children in Georgia proficient readers by the end of third grade.
Regional Educational Service Agency (RESA): Agency designed to improve the effectiveness of educational programs and member school systems in 16 regions across Georgia.