– Governor Nathan Deal’s Opportunity School District proposal was outdone by the National Education Association’s nearly $5 million opposition campaign and outvoted 60-40 percent on November 8.
Still, this state can’t afford to leave 68,000 children out to dry in “chronically failing schools.”
What next? Find out at, “Saving Our Students: Georgia’s Education Policy Options
,” the final Leadership Breakfast of 2016 hosted by the Georgia Public Policy Foundation, at 8 a.m. on Thursday, December 8 at Cobb County’s Georgian Club.
The speakers are (outgoing) Rep. Mike Dudgeon, a member of the Education Reform Commission
, which released its recommendations in December 2015, and Erin Hames, a former teacher, former Chief of Staff at the Georgia Department of…