The mission of the Georgia School Boards Association is to ensure excellence in the governance of local school systems by providing leadership, advocacy and services, and by representing the collective resolve of Georgia’s elected boards of education.
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JUNE 24, 2021 - On Wednesday, June 23, 2021, representatives from school boards in Georgia met to approve the legislative positions of the association and to elect GSBA’s 2021-2022 officers. The complete list of approved legislative positions will be posted on GSBA’s website.
The officers of GSBA are the president, president-elect, vice president, treasurer immediate past president. Officers are elected at
This time last week many of us were together either face-to-face or virtually for our 2021 Summer Conference. On behalf of GSBA I want to say thank you to all those who participated in the 2021 Summer Conference. We so appreciated interacting with each of you whether in person or virtually. Despite the capacity limitations placed on us by the hotel, we did our very best to bring a content-rich experience to you via the in-person and online hybrid model. We purposely designed our conference curriculum around the most relevant, current
Recent events have occurred in different parts of our state regarding the concepts of Critical Race Theory and Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion. Governor Kemp and Attorney General Carr have also released statements on their thoughts and opinions on these topics which has brought them to the forefront for all districts. As the discussions and debate continues to surface, we at GSBA encourage governance teams to ensure you fully understand these concepts. If the conversation is raised or has been raised in your community, your role as a governa
On Thursday, March 25, late in the evening several of our Georgia communities experienced one of mother nature’s most powerful and destructive forces, tornados. Bartow, Coweta, Floyd and Polk Counties were directly hit by the devastating supercell that passed through our state each with varying degrees of damage.
Specifically, Coweta County, hardest hit, felt the effects of an EF4 tornado that devastated the community, homes and especially the district’s school buildings which were heavily damaged. The students are not only facing chal
It is hard to believe that we as a state, nation and world have hit the one-year anniversary of a global pandemic that has changed the way of life as we have known it. The world we live in will never be the same again.
We as a society have had to make a monumental shift of how we go about daily life and most importantly how we educate our students. In the midst of a global crisis of epic proportions, our public schools stepped up to the plate, displaying a determination and resiliency to navigate the daily changing dynamics brought on as a