Georgia Superintendent Richard Woods has declared a public health emergency for the state of Georgia.
Consequently, Woods is suspending standardized testing administration due to coronavirus.
In a press release issued by the Georgia
The 2020 Georgia Milestones are here. Nothing significant has changed. The test is still in the hands of Data Recognition Corporation (DRC). They do not provide many released tests and examples to play with, other than the same practice sites they
The Spring Testing season is almost here. You know once it hits April in Georgia, testing is on. #crunchtime
Here are some sites to maximize your time and get your students ready for their various end of course (EOC) and end of grade (EOG)
Saturday, January 18 marks the annual celebration of National Gourmet Coffee Day. To me, gourmet coffee means those fancy coffee drinks filled with lots of yummy flavors (sugar) and toppings that make them taste nothing much like coffee. However, I
Planning on renting a car over the holiday break? Even though the holidays are not the best time to rent a car, it is always a good time to take a break or get something done with a rental.
There are some discounts out there for teachers. You may
Videos have made the internet a storehouse of knowledge and information available to huge audiences. The internet has reshaped the world in ways that were unimaginable, before YouTube and other social media. As the old adage goes, a picture can say a