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COLUMN: No Constitutional Change Needed As Marsy’s Law is Already in Georgia Code

Georgia’s most controversial Constitutional Amendment proposed on the ballot this November is Marsy’s Law - Amendment 4 - which deals with victims of crime...

Group: GA Registration Law Does Not Require Exact Name Match

The following is a press release from Garland Favorito of VoterGA.org. Georgia voter registration law has been blamed in many recent news reports and by...

Column: Common Core, The Great “Leveler”

Column: "The recently released and utterly predictable scores from ACT require yet another commentary on the decline of academic performance and college-readiness under Common Core."

Op-Ed by Superintendent Woods: It’s time to lift up, instead of label, our schools

Op-Ed by State School Superintendent Richard Woods: It’s time to lift up, instead of label, our schools. ‘Our students – and schools – are more than a score’

COLUMN: Why I’m Voting NO on Georgia’s Amendment 4 – Marsy’s Law

The following article is an opinion piece and reflects the views of only the author and not necessarily those of AllOnGeorgia. Georgia has 5 Constitutional...

Op-Ed: Leveling the Playing Field for American Workers

The following piece is an opinion piece and reflects only the views of the author and not those of AllOnGeorgia. Manufacturing is booming again in...

COLUMN: TV Ad for Marsy’s Law Constitutional Amendment in Georgia is misleading

The following column is an opinion piece and reflects the views of only the author and not necessarily those of AllOnGeorgia. As televisions continue to...

Column: Does anybody care what Georgia’s schoolteachers think?

Column - "Well, public schoolteachers, they are at it again. “They” are our intrepid public servants under the Gold Dome, who siphoned $100 million out of the state budget for tax credits so parents can avoid sending their kids to public schools in Georgia."

Column: GA School Chief touts test reduction, Common Core removal, student opportunities

COLUMN - State School Superintendent Richard woods looks to reduce testing, remove Common Core, and increase student opportunities in Georgia if re-elected in November.

Column: Common Core supporters offer yet another sad defense of failed standards

Column - "Proponents of the failed and destructive Common Core experiment refuse to let it go."