State School Superintendent Richard Woods believes education in Georgia is at a “watershed moment,” and he’s looking forward to today’s start of the 2020 legislative session to continue the work started last year.
“We have a chance to see true improvement,” said Woods, speaking at the Georgia Partnership for Excellence in Education Media Symposium Friday morning in Atlanta. “We get one shot with our children, so we have to make sure we get it right.”
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