12 | KNOW • Volume 12 Issue 2 GAE President Calvine Rollins sits down with Governor Nathan Deal In the months after the 2013 legislative session GAE monitored Georgia’s state revenues as they slowly increased. At the same time, we heard from educators around the state about how difficult school buildings were in terms of resources for students and for them to carry out their work. Additionally, furlough days and decreased student instructional days were becoming standard operations for systems as a result of the budget crunch locally due to the billion dollar budget reductions to K-12 over the years. At the same time, student attendance was expanding, which led to a learning environment of larger class sizes.
KNOW Summer 2014
To see the actual publication please follow the link above