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Is Your Student in One of
Georgia’s Failing Schools?
Georgia’s Failing Schools Is A Widespread Problem
The issue of failing schools is affecting all types of communities across our state. According to the state’s own assessment, at least 500,000 kids are limited to schools that are failing or underperforming, making it more important than ever to create education alternatives that will better prepare them for work, relationships, and the real world.
This interactive map allows you to zoom in on a scpecific county or school to see which schools have been ranked by Georgia’s Department of Education as having a D (yellow) or F (red) grade.
Solution for A BETTER EDUCATION
Every Child Able To Access Quality Education
We have long advocated for children to be able to access the education that best fits their needs. Each child and family is unique which means that each child learns in different ways. While most will find what they need in public schools, we must open up options to parents and kids seeking unique education options.
What Options Are Currently Available to Parents?
While the fight for quality access is far from over, there have been some victories that have opened up education choice in our state.
What Else Can Be Done?
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Too many of our students are locked into failing schools. While it is great to see efforts to address these issues happening with the DOE, far too many students will be hurt while we right the wrongs in education.
The increase in enrollment once again shows that parents are looking for options, the question is how will we respond to the demand.
From Our Blog
Add South Carolina and Indiana to the list of states enacting nearly universal educational opportunity
Key states are adopting education legislation while Georgia continues to fall behind and leaves students and parents out of the conversation.
Group says Georgia lawmakers missed a chance to expand educational opportunities
Georgia lawmakers missed an opportunity to expand educational opportunities for Peach State...
Indiana and South Carolina join a growing list of states expanding educational opportunity in 2023
“We’re seeing an increasing tide of states choosing to give all students access to the best education for their unique needs. It’s a shame that Georgia didn’t join that list this year,”
Georgia parents deserve full transparency from state school systems
Key Points Georgia received a waiver from reporting its College and Career Ready Performance Index...