Students are back in school after Christmas break and many parents are eager to see changes in their schools. Since the passage of the charter schools amendment Georgia voters approved last November and talks of new legislation that could give parents the option of having their schools changed from traditional public schools to charter schools, Georgia parents will no doubt want to get their legislators involved by taking action this session.
But will parent-driven changes actually lead to good outcomes for Georgia students? An article in today’s Atlanta Journal Constitution reported that an advocacy group rated Georgia’s school choice policies a D+, a low score compared to other states.
Talk to an experienced education lawyer at Betts & Associates to see how you can make a difference in a Georgia school.