What you need to know about these goals:
The Quality Basic Education Act was signed into law in 1985 to better accommodate the wide ranging needs of Georgia’s students. This formula---though initially successful---is badly in need of updating for changes in technology, student expectations, and inflation. Gov. Nathan Deal made it a major plank in his platform, however, was unable to complete this task during his governorship.
To include the largest amount of individuals in the activism for education spending, we are organizing 14 days to get involved beginning August 13th.
We believe that media attention received both through social media and traditional media platforms will propel education into the spotlight of the Gubernatorial Race, and General Assembly races. It will also show that teachers, parents, and students can and will become active in politics to ensure that our public schools are properly funded.
To get more information on each day click HERE.