• By Jasmine S Agyemang
  • Thursday, August 29, 2019

GaDOE seeking feedback on Georgia's K-12 math and ELA standards

Message from State School Superintendent Richard Woods:

Dear Georgia education stakeholders,

I continue to hear questions and concerns about our K-12 standards from parents, educators, and students. Many are concerned about whether the standards are age- and developmentally appropriate, and whether they present a realistic amount of content for teachers to deliver in one year.

Along with Governor Brian Kemp, I am committed to ensuring the best possible standards in our classrooms. Today, the Georgia Department of Education is launching a survey to seek feedback on the Georgia Standards of Excellence for Mathematics and English Language Arts.

Click here to complete the mathematics survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/KVBDY86

Click here to complete the ELA survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/8Q6ZFDY

Together with the Governor’s Office, our goal is to lead an open, collaborative process with true feedback offered by all stakeholders – including classroom teachers and other educational leaders, parents, students, business and industry, and higher education. We ask that you answer the survey questions based on your experience with the K-12 Georgia Standards of Excellence for Mathematics and ELA.

My deepest thanks for your support of Georgia’s public schools and your honest feedback.

Sincerely,

Richard Woods
State School Superintendent


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