ADVOCACY | LEADERSHIP | PROFESSIONAL LEARNING

As of Friday (day 24) ended,  SB 153 was given new life and direction as legislators agreed to negotiate with the GOAL Academies on the funding level.  Education Policy Chief Mike Dudgeon from the Lt. Governor’s Office who is the author of the bill was the lead on the renegotiations.  (this is how the legislative process should […]

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Day 22 had more action on the House side with movement in the Ways and Means subcommittee HB 32 which is the $3000 tax credit for teachers in rural districts and for high need subject areas for about 1000 takers of the state’s lowest performing schools for up to a five year period. We shall see if this […]

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This was a lighter and slower day day than yesterday.  HB 385 which is the Governor’s return to work bill was voted on and sent for further study.  This bill will have to wait until next year to move due to the financial study requirement that all retirement bills must go through before they can move […]

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Monday, February 22, was legislative day 20 and the Senate Education and Youth Committee met and moved three bills out of committee. They intended to hear and move SB 153 which is a bill developed to reduce funding to GOAL Academies in our state but ran out of time due to the length time time spent […]

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TITLE: Executive Director REPORTS TO: West Georgia Regional Educational Agency (RESA) Board of Control DAYS WORKED PER YEAR: 230 SALARY: Multi-year contract with competitive compensation package based on the Georgia State Salary Schedule for certificated personnel, years of credible experience, degree plus local supplement. NATURE OF WORK: Serves as the administrative and professional head of […]

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Congratulations to Dr. Michael Duncan, Pike County Schools. Dr. Duncan was named the 2021 Georgia Superintendent of the Year at the GSBA/GSSA Annual conference on December 4, 2020. Dr. Duncan will now complete for the National Superintendent of the Year Award. If chosen, this will be announced at the AASA Annual Conference on February 18, […]

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2021 GSSA Spring Bootstrap Conference Savannah Marriott Riverfront – Savannah, Georgia April 21-22, 2021 The Georgia School Superintendents Association’s Spring Bootstrap Conference will be held at the Savannah Marriott Riverfront in Savannah, Georgia. Click Below for the conference agenda. Agenda Coming Soon REGISTRATION 2021 GSSA Spring Bootstrap – Attendee Registration – CLICK HERE 2021 GSSA […]

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10% OFF Promo – GSSA has persuaded FSS to extend for GSSA-members only! AirGenie™ Sanitizer:  GSSA Members to receive extension thru Nov. 20th for 10% OFF DISCOUNT on GEORGIA MADE portable, UV-C based air purifier that deactivates 99.9% of airborne viruses Full Air Exchange and sanitizing treatment every 10-minutes in regular classrooms, clinics or staff […]

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GSSA would like to introduce the Officers for the 2020-2021 School Year:   Bronwyn Ragan-Martin (Early County) – President   Robert Brown (Lumpkin County) – President-Elect   Aaron Geter (Wilkinson County) – Secretary-Treasurer   Mark Scott (Houston County) – GAEL Member-at-Large

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