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Our working environments are students' learning environments, which makes it so important that teachers and support staff are less stressed and more prepared to pour into our students.
Quote by: Ty Cook, Middle School Science Teacher
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The Georgia Association of Educators (GAE) is Georgia's premier professional association for public school employees. We are a member-led organization supporting students and educators in Georgia's public schools through grassroots organizing, legislative advocacy, and legal action.