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Educators increasingly concerned about promised raises not reaching everyone

“Recent rumblings at the Capitol now have our members very concerned that their colleagues who are school counselors, psychologists, social workers, special education specialists and all other education support staff will be excluded from the $3000 increase promised by Governor Kemp,” said Charlotte Booker, president of the Georgia Association of Educators (GAE). Booker is reacting to the latest news coming out of the Capitol concerning the implementation of Governor Kemp’s teacher raise promise.

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GAE Regional championships are next stop

“The Region Bees are just as exciting, if not more so in some cases, as the state championship,” said Charlotte Booker, president of the Georgia Association of Educators (GAE).  “The stomach butterflies will be fluttering from this point out.”     Read more

January 28, 2019

A Message From GAE’s New Executive Director, Mark Simons

"I’m humbled by the honor to serve as your Executive Director, and I’m looking forward to meeting members during my time here in Georgia. I will be traveling the state to learn more about what you’re experiencing in your schools, and I look forward to attending local meetings where I can learn first-hand the struggles you overcome and the joys you share that you have every day." Read more...
January 11, 2019

Muscogee member is finalist for prestigious global teacher award

Eric Crouch, a fifth grade teacher at Double Churches Elementary School, Columbus, Georgia, has made the top 50 shortlist for the prestigious Varkey Foundation Global Teacher Prize 2019. Now in its fifth year, the US$1 million award is the largest prize of its kind and is considered the Nobel Prize of teaching.Read more...
November 16, 2018

GAE says teacher salaries need to be competitive to stave off looming teacher shortages

“Georgia simply can no longer afford to apply band-aids to the issue of attracting and retaining quality teachers for Georgia’s 1.6 million students if it doesn’t take the salary and benefits issue seriously,” said Charlotte Booker, president of the Georgia Association of Educators (GAE).Read more...
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Volume 17, Issue 1:
New Executive Director Mark Simons, President Booker responds to Gov. Kemp's State of the State, Tax Points for Educators, Member Spotlight - Eric Crouch, GAE-Retired news, GAE Elections and more!

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