This Community Foundation website provides a list of community foundations in Georgia.
This link is to the education department's website.
This link is to the health department's website.
This website offers Georgia E-rate information.
This link is to the website for Georgia's Department of Education data center.
This Fundsnet Services website lists foundations either based in or supporting organizations in Georgia.
This link is to the website of the Georgia Historical Society.
As noted at its website, "the Georgia Partnership for Reform in Science and Mathematics (PRISM) is an initiative of the University System of Georgia designed to increase science and mathematics achievement for all P-12 students in order to improve their readiness for post-secondary education and careers by enhancing teacher quality, raising expectations for all stakeholders, and closing achievement gaps."
This website provides Georgia's school report cards.
This link to the Georgia Department of Education website provides a list of Georgia's Regional Education Services Agencies (RESA).
This link is to the website of the Georgia School Boards Association.
This link is to the Georgia Department of Education's curriculum website.
This website features Atlanta's Auburn Avenue, the neighborhood where the civil rights leader was born and raised. "Sweet Auburn," as it came to be called, became the center of African American life in Atlanta between 1910 and 1930.
The Southeast Regional Educational Laboratory serves Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Mississippi, North Carolina and South Carolina. It is one of ten such labs funded by the U.S. Department of Education.
The Southeast Region Comprehensive Center is one of 22 comprehensive centers funded by the U.S. Department of Education. It serves the states of Alabama, Georgia, North Carolina, Mississippi, and South Carolina. It is operated by the Southwest Educational Development Corporation.