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Get Schooled: NEA president-elect: Teachers are neither strangers to, nor enemies of, tests.
An essay on testing by National Education Association President-Elect and former (Utah) Teacher of the Year Lily Eskelsen García.
GAE Member James D. Barrett appointed to Professional Standards Commission
GAE appeals charter school ruling
"GAE feels that the State Board was correct in its decision that charter schools cannot waive fair dismissal and due process rights."
National Teacher of the Year: We Are the ‘Decisive Elements’ in Student Lives
[Sean] McComb was selected to be Teacher of the Year not only for his tireless work in creating new learning opportunities for his students but also by inspiring them, a role he underscored in his speech.
Valarie Wilson: Every child deserves a first-class education
Clayton County educator set to take reins of GAE
Chapman, who has been a member of GAE since 1997 and has served in various capacities with the association, including a 12-year stint as CCEA president, says the challenges that lie ahead for public education are formidable but not insurmountable. “I am looking forward to leading GAE as it tackles the challenging issues that continue to confront public education, our students and our teaching professionals,” he said.
Valarie Wilson, GAE's recommendation for state superintendent
Our PAC believed that her experience, in combination with her drive and vision for helping to make Georgia a positive example of what public education should look like, helped her to stand out from the crowd.
GAE Legal Win Upholds First Amendment Free Speech Rights
This decision shows that NEA state affiliate “on loan” presidents across the country may now exercise their rights of free speech without fear of retaliation.
GAE congratulates its newest “Master Teacher” members
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Losing your job because of a RIF and/or budget cuts can be extremely demoralizing. Our Employment Resource Center can help you get started on the road back to the profession you love.
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Political Capital
NEW - Despite Political Battle, Schools Forge Ahead With Healthier Meals
NEW - Higher Education Act reauthorization proposal focuses on college affordability, accessibility
Common Core educational guidelines, from bipartisan beginning to political tempest
Your daily jolt: 38 percent of state lawmakers are ALEC members - Political Insider
Charter schools pose greatest credit challenge to school districts in economically weak urban areas
Impacting Our Profession
NEW - Another Reason Why Segregated Education Is Bad For Young Students
NEW - Families plan higher back-to-school spending, retailers' report says
NEW - Early education should be integral part of elementary schools, foundation says
Georgia announces new testing system
School Segregation Across the Country Proves Students Are Still Separate
On the Frontline
GAE director named to incoming class of fellows for GPEE leadership program..
School district preps new teachers..
Georgia Milestones to challenge students, teachers..
AJC - Woods win in superintendent's race could pose challenges for GOP..
State superintendent candidate Wilson has management skills..
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