Posted on behalf of the Council of Intown Neighborhood Schools, CINS, representing the Grady Cluster:
Grady Cluster parents, teachers and stakeholders,
Please join us for our annual
CINS 2017 Education Legislation Round-Up
Wednesday, March 15, 2017
Springdale Park Elementary Cafeteria
1246 Ponce de Leon Avenue
(Enter parking lot from Briarcliff – map and enter cafeteria from the original courtyard between the Olmsted and Rutland Buildings)
State Representative David Dreyer, House Higher Education Committee
State Senator Elena Parent, Senate Education and Youth Committee
Claire Suggs, Senior Education Policy Analyst, Georgia Budget and Policy Institute
The proposed state education budget for 2018 calls for a $515M increase, but will that funding go where students and schools need it most? Hear the latest on teacher pay, financial transparency, plans to take over underperforming schools, HOPE scholarships, Move On When Ready, recess requirements and so much more!
Send questions in advance to president@CINSatlanta.org by Monday, March 13th at noon; speakers will also take questions from the floor.