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2020 GAE Day at the Capitol

February 20th
8am to 3pm

Registration is now open to attend our 2020 GAE Day at the Capitol. It will take place from 8:00am - 3:00pm in the Empire Room on the 20th floor of the Sloppy Floyd Building, West Tower, located at 200 Piedmont Avenue in Atlanta.  If you are interested in taking on a greater role in advocacy around public education issues impacting our state, we need you there.

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Volunteers are needed for the 2020 NEA RA in Atlanta

The National Education Association's Representative Assembly will be held in Atlanta July 2 -6, 2020 and volunteers are needed to help the event run smoothly.
Members can learn more and register for volunteer shifts by clicking below. Members can also contact the host committee at

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January 16, 2020

GAE Commends Gov. Kemp for Continuing Historic Pay Raise

ATLANTA -- “GAE would like to thank Gov. Kemp for following through on completing his historic pay raise for Georgia's educators,” said Charlotte Booker, president of the Georgia Association of Educators (GAE). Booker was referring to the governor's pledge to give teachers the remaining $2,000 he promised during his campaign.  Booker's "historic" reference was in regards to the House Budget and Research Office report "Educator Pay in Georgia that said last year "the $3,000 was the largest in state history," ...

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November 13, 2019

Use Your Talents to Serve On a GAE Committee

There are multiple ways to lend your time and talents to your association.  One is by serving on one of GAE's state constitutional committees.  Please take a moment to review the various committees and what they do.  When interested, please submit the form and you will be contacted about your interest.  Thank you again for being a member of GAE!

November 11, 2019

The 2020 census matters for every student. Here’s why.

The importance of the U.S. Census to the well-being of children and the strength of their public schools cannot be overstated.

An accurate census count is the critical first step to helping educators address the needs of every child who walks through their doors. The census count happens only once every 10 years; when we undercount young children, the consequences can last most of their childhood.

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KNOW Magazine

Volume 17, Issue 4:
Read about GAE Elections, Apps to Help in the Classroom, GAE's State of the State Response, How Stress is Impacting Teachers, Preparing for Tax Season, and much more!


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