“Georgia continues to rank as the number one state to conduct business. To maintain this ranking, it’s critical for students to have the education and skills needed for the workforce. Georgia must continue to invest in our teachers and leaders to ensure they provide our students the best education available. I am honored to lead Gov. Brian Kemp’s Office of Student Achievement and work with our education and industry partners to leverage opportunities to provide schools and students the resources they need for jobs.”
Joy Hawkins, Executive Director
Gov. Brian Kemp and GOSA are making education a top priority and are committed to supporting teachers and leaders, improving early learning and literacy, preparing students for the success in the workplace, and providing flexibility for school options. In its role as the state’s P-20 agency, GOSA will continue to collaborate and coordinate with state agencies, nonprofit organizations, and industries as it supports Kemp’s commitment to improved student outcomes.
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