Prior to the 2020 Legislative Session, teachers, students and parents sent a message to Gov. Brian Kemp and members of the Georgia State Legislature regarding high-stakes tests – the state tests too much. Last week, Kemp signed Senate Bill 367 into law — eliminating a number of high-stakes tests required each year and “returning valuable time to the classroom so teachers can do what they do best — teach our children,” the Governor said. 

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