ADVOCACY | LEADERSHIP | PROFESSIONAL LEARNING

We begin this week knowing we are headed toward the end of the session.  The budget for FY21 remains in the conference committee where the acknowledgement of a grinding process is staring everyone in the face.  The committee held its first meeting and they we will be back at it tomorrow with some recomendations from […]

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The House and Senate met today for day number 35.  A few education bills were passed: HB 957 Charter school employee bill that permits their participation in the State Helth Benefit Plan. (Passed) SB 430 College and Career Academies – allows Home study and private school students to access CCA courses if space is available. […]

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This may have been the most unusually chaotic one legislative day as a part of any session I have monitored in my 10 years of being involved in state politics for GSSA. It started innocently enough but began to build to a quiet crescendo as legislators held side conversations centered around the FY21 budget, adjournment […]

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