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... ESSA plan. There you can read the plan and submit feedback. Don’t see your state? Contact us and we’ll do our best to update you. States Accepting Feedback California Georgia Idaho Indiana ...
... to help defeat two well-funded ballot measure campaigns in Georgia and Massachusetts.   7. As a result of implementing a mandatory $20 annual membership fee to it's 3 million members, ...
... year.   2. By a vote of six to 10, Georgians voted down Amendment 1 which would have removed local control of failings schools in favor of a state takeover through an Opportunity School District ...
4. DON'T MISS YOUR TAX-FREE WEEKEND!
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... August 21-27 Florida - school supplies, clothing, computers, August 5-7 Georgia - school supplies, clothing, computers, July 30-31 Iowa - clothing, August 5-6 Louisiana - personal ...
5. press-release-042116-sg2016
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... Hicks – Kennesaw, Georgia LaDonna Leazer – Milwaukee, Wisconsin Jignasha Patel – Somerset, New Jersey Jenny Potter – Kansas City, Missouri Tama Trotti – Decatur, GA Classroom Grant Recipients: ...
... School in Centreville, VA, is going to grow a class garden that she can use to teach environmental stewardship.   Tama Trotti, from International Community School in Decatur, GA, will attend the Georgia ...
7. press-release-012516-scw2016
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... teachers in events throughout the week in states including Arkansas, Colorado, Georgia, Idaho, New Jersey, Utah, and Wisconsin. The events vary from small and intimate gatherings of AAE members and local ...
8. press-release-120414-sg
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...  Jeanne Woerner – Penns Grove, New Jersey Judy Wright– Canton, Georgia The Association of American Educators (AAE) is the largest national, non-union, professional educator's organization, advancing ...
... Walker, who was a top target of the unions because he ended forced unionism, also won his bid for reelection. The same trend was seen all across the U.S. including states like Illinois, Maine, Georgia, ...
10. press-release-110613-sandg13
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... Amy Heefner – Charlotte, North Carolina Ann Johnson – Opelika, Alabama Neysa Leichty – Fort Wayne, Indiana Kym Rich – Kennesaw, Georgia Sharon Rixner – Holladay, Utah Kimie Snapp – Springville, Utah   ...
11. Federal Update: October 18, 2013
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... Left Behind waiver renewals. These include Race to the Top grant reviews for both districts and early learning programs, as well as Race to the Top penalty for Georgia. Additionally, the waiver renewals ...
... for an urban high school, this is it,” said Principal Howard E Taylor. The school is the most expensive school every built in Georgia and critics argue that state-of-the-art facilities do little to improve ...
... had 295 union employees in 2012, while a similar sized state– Georgia, has a mere 28 employees. This disconnect is appalling to many hard-working teachers who are directly financing these NEA affiliates. ...
... match their own budgets and values, hundreds of Wisconsin teachers have chosen AAE - a professional association that supports both teachers and students. Additionally, Arkansas, Georgia, Idaho, Kansas, ...
... Georgia, Michigan, and North Carolina. As the debate continues, Secretary of Education Arne Duncan urges lawmakers to encourage states to stay the course in adopting and implementing the CCSS. Like many ...
16. Federal Update: May 8, 2013
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... difficult these days." But he added that many Republican governors, including in Alabama, Georgia, and Michigan, have favored boosting prekindergarten in their states. The news comes on the heels of President ...
17. Federal Update: April 24, 2013
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... in their support of Common Core Standards. Indiana, Alabama, South Dakota, and Georgia are among several states searching for ways to back out of the controversial standards. Educators have complained ...
... 2012 legislative session: • Louisiana, Georgia and Utah are leading the way in adopting "course choice" programs that offer students the option to take publicly-funded, online courses from providers approved ...
... and public-policy research professor at Georgia State University. The data shows that while progress is being made, teachers fall into distinct patterns of performance. Steven Glazerman, a senior fellow ...
20. press-release-21913-scw2013
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... and coalitions across the country to celebrate teachers in 35 events throughout the week in Arkansas, Colorado, Georgia, Idaho , New Jersey, Kansas, Utah, Wisconsin, and online. The events varied from ...
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