GOSA aims to provide information and data designed to deliver insights and opportunities to educators that can be used to assist students on their path to success.
This page will help you:
- Find information about district- and school-level performance
- Research education trends
- Learn about innovative education initiatives
Information for Georgia Educators, including: Assessment and Training Calendar for 2022-23; Assessment Handbook; User Guides and Forms.
Georgia's comprehensive school improvement, accountability, and communication platform.
A video series highlighting consistently high-performing Georgia public schools which demonstrate excellent student outcomes despite challenging student demographics.
Equipping educators with the skills and tools to teach economics, personal finance, and college and career readiness.
Georgia Aquarium’s school programs provide opportunities for students to discover the aquatic realm in an immersive, standards-based learning environment.
Agency responsible for the preparation, certification, and professional conduct of certified personnel employees in Georgia public schools.
Digital library of videos and unit plans from award-winning teachers that promote excellence in the classroom.
As part of its mission, GOSA presents its annual report on Georgia's public education agencies. The Report Card was developed in compliance with both state and federal laws with the intent of measuring school performance as it pertains to the goals of student achievement and school completion. The report card includes school, system, and state level reports, which provide valuable information to educators, parents, students, and stakeholders.
A comprehensive resource that provides concise school performance reports for all public elementary, middle, and high schools in Georgia.
Partners dedicated to creating a framework of action to make all children in Georgia proficient readers by the end of third grade.
Current GOSA grant opportunities are closed at the present time; please continue to check back for new grant opportunities. To find information on inactive and/or past grants and initiatives, visit the Archives page.
Over 13 years of high school graduates and their education progression. This interactive dashboard shows what high school graduates do following graduation.
CSRA RESA has FREE rigorous writing lessons for K-12 teachers
Agencies designed to improve the effectiveness of educational programs and member school systems in 16 regions across Georgia.
Grant Recipients are in 66 Districts; 505 Schools and B5 Programs - Reaching 393,390 Georgia Students. More information on L4GA can be found at the link above.
A video series highlighting exceptional educators around the state.