June 21, 2022 | News

A library benefits community in countless ways

According to a recent study by the University of Georgia's Carl Vinson Institute of Government, Georgia's 408 public libraries provided an economic impact of over $170 million annually. The same study found that the state's libraries provided Georgians $562.1 million in social benefits.

June 17, 2022 | News

Morning headlines: Teachers under stress

The state's teachers are burdened by testing, time demands and unrealistic expectations. Those are among the findings in a report released by the Georgia Department of Education's Teacher Burnout Taskforce.

June 16, 2022 | News

Superintendent Woods and 2022 Georgia Teacher of the Year Cherie Goldman Release Teacher Burnout Task Force Report

State School Superintendent Richard Woods convened, and 2022 Georgia Teacher of the Year Cherie Goldman chaired, the task force, which was established to provide feedback on the root causes of teacher burnout and make actionable suggestions for state and local policymakers.