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State Board of Education Meeting Report - January Meeting 2023

Updated: 5 days ago

At its brief one-day January meeting, the State Board of Education (SBOE) adopted standards for several CTAE pathways and initiated a dual enrollment rule. Two newly named SBOE members attended.


The board’s meeting agenda is available HERE. Archived video footage of January meetings is available HERE and HERE.


The next SBOE meetings are scheduled for Feb. 15 and 16.

Valladares and Ellis Named to SBOE

Richard Valladares has been appointed by Gov. Brian Kemp to represent the Sixth Congressional District, filling a seat formerly held by Scott Johnson. Valladares is an attorney specializing in business litigation at the Greenberg Traurig firm. Nick Ellis, a law enforcement officer and former Wayne County school board member, will replace Mike Long in the First Congressional District.

Dual Enrollment Options Renamed & CTAE Pathways Adopted

An amendment to the Dual Enrollment State Board Rule 160-4-2-.34 was initiated to rename “Option A” and “Option B” to “Dual Enrollment Requirements for the Traditional High School Diploma” and “Dual Enrollment Requirements for the Accelerated Career Diploma,” respectively.



Superintendent's Report & Chair's Report

There was no superintendent’s report this month. 


SBOE Chair Jason Downey invited a speaker from Bibb County to share about Leader in Me, a program intended to build student leadership and life skills.

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