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The Georgia Department of Education is partnering with the Georgia Statewide Afterschool Network (GSAN) to administer $85 million in grants to support afterschool and summer learning in Georgia.
The 2021 national KIDS Count report sheds light on the overall well-being of children in each state. Rebecca Rice, Georgia’s KIDS COUNT manager at Georgia Family Connection Partnership, discusses on WABE Radio the indicators that led Georgia to be ranked 38.
Being one of five pilot counties for the Get Georgia Reading at Home initiative led to Burke County becoming a Get Georgia Reading Campaign for Grade-Level Reading community and the establishment of the Burke County Literacy Team.