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Educators congratulate Governor-elect Kemp

“GAE would like to congratulate Governor-elect Brian Kemp on his win,” said Charlotte Booker, president of the Georgia Association of Educators (GAE).  “As the world observed, in a true democracy, once its citizens have all been accounted for, we accept the results and begin the business of addressing the needs of our citizens and state.  For GAE, as public educators, that means we look forward to sitting down with Governor-elect Kemp to address the concerns of our members on how to continue to move public education forward in Georgia."  Read full release

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March 28, 2018

GAE applauds Gov. Deal’s move to fully fund public schools

“When we heard the news of Gov. Deal’s proposal to add $167 million to DOE’s budget with the sole purpose of finally fully funding our state’s public schools, we were of course elated,” said Dr. Sid Chapman, president of the Georgia Association of Educators. “Fully funding our public schools has been on GAE’s priority list since QBE was implemented." -- GAE President Dr. Sid Chapman Read complete release
March 7, 2018

Community School Concept at Marietta High is “Connecting The Dots”

Marietta’s success center could be described as “a concept, a mindset, a changing paradigm” that sees students as more than test scores or data points on a graduation rate, but as whole people and community members with complex needs. Read More
January 9, 2018

Introducing NEA Today’s School Me

What do you wish you’d known on your first day as an educator? Whether it’s dealing with a larger class than expected, engaging with parents, or just trying to find time to use the copier — starting out can be a bit overwhelming. That’s why, as part of NEA’s ongoing support for new and early career educators, we've created School Me. School Me has blog posts, podcasts, and even DIY videos from a diverse group of educators who are here to help. Read More

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