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Critical Issues Forum
Federal Relief Funds – Opportunities and Challenges for Education Leaders

Join the Georgia Partnership for Excellence in Education for a virtual Critical Issues Forum exploring the ways education leaders can use the federal dollars received through the American Rescue Plan to overcome challenges related to COVID-19. Our keynote speaker, Mr. David Rosenberg, (Partner, Education Resource Strategies) will be discussing the key aspects of the law, highlighting both […]

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Georgia’s Education Recovery #2:
Our State Perspective on Assessments, Data and A Path Forward

The Georgia Partnership, alongside the Metro Atlanta Chamber of Commerce and GeorgiaCAN, hosted a webinar discussion on academic assessments with Dale Chu, Senior Visiting Fellow with the Thomas B. Fordham Institute and Allison Timberlake, Deputy Superintendent for Assessment & Accountability, Georgia Department of Education.

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Georgia’s Education Recovery #1:
How Districts Are Using Data To Build Back Better

The Georgia Partnership alongside the Metro Atlanta Chamber of Commerce hosted the first installment of it’s “Educated Workforce” webinar series by exploring how districts are looking at student achievement data and making plans for additional and summer learning for students. Local superintendents gave us a good look at the great lengths that our school districts are […]

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Regional Summit
Pathways to & through Post-secondary in the COVID-19 Recovery

Join the Georgia Partnership for Excellence in Education and Gordon State College for a Regional Summit examining the ways educators in both K-12 and post-secondary institutions can supports students’ access to and completion of post-secondary education in the midst of the COVID-19 recovery. Georgia Partnership president, Dr. Dana Rickman, will be presenting an updated edition […]

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Critical Issues Forum
Post Secondary Completion & Workforce Development

Join the Georgia Partnership for Excellence in Education and the Georgia Chamber of Commerce to discuss how COVID-19 and the related economic collapse has challenged our workforce pipeline and how we, Georgia, should respond. Our keynote speaker, Dr. Anthony Carnevale (Georgetown University) will be outlining the systemic changes that must be made to meet the changing workforce […]

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The Digital Divide:
How Our Districts Are Keeping Connected With Students

The Georgia Partnership alongside the Metro Atlanta Chamber of Commerce hosted a panel discussion with metro-area superintendents, Dr. Morcease Beasley of Clayton County Schools and Dr. Mary Elizabeth Davis of Henry County Schools, to talk about student and family issues related to internet connectivity and access to technology. They discussed how limited access to technology […]

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Critical Issues Forum – “Building the Teacher Pipeline”

Join the Georgia Partnership for Excellence in Education for the April 23 Critical Issues Forum, “Building the Teacher Pipeline,” to learn how Georgia can leverage effective strategies for creating a robust teacher workforce.

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