Most of the state's schools already have Centegix alert systems in place, but proposed legislation would make alert systems a requirement. Data suggests that most alerts relate to student behavior or medical emergencies.
Oneisha Freeman, digital connectivity manager of GTA, said the meetings have the dual purpose of providing communities with resources they could utilize and gauging feedback that helps shape GTA programs.
Republican Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger has reaffirmed his commitment to the Electronic Registration Information Center, a 28-state collaboration that shares information about voter registration.
Georgia’s new, faster voter registration system is now running across the state, an upgrade that election officials said Thursday will ensure security and shorter wait times at polling places.
From benefits and payroll to performance management and policy, government HCM systems must be up to the task of tracking, monitoring and consolidating personnel data in a digital world.
State Schools Superintendent Richard Woods said Georgia will continue prioritizing career and technical education to create a balanced workforce, and he wants to see partnerships with colleges for teacher-prep programs.
Educators acknowledge that writing is thinking, and therefore remains an indispensable skill, and college admissions staff may rely on unscripted interviews, short videos and proctored writing samples in lieu of essays.
Almost two months after the FCC released its new broadband map, state governments have submitted “bulk challenges” as part of a requirement to receive BEAD funding.
A Norwegian battery upstart could receive more than $358 million in grants, tax breaks and other inducements from state and local governments to build its planned Coweta County, Ga., factory.
Incoming CISO Steve Hodges hopes his face-to-face approach to relationship building will help give the security team a louder voice in more decisions. He says he is focused on bolstering trust and giving partners the support they need.