Grant funds to create new Georgia College and Career Academies
As defined in SB 161 (OCGA 20-4-37), signed by Governor Nathan Deal on May 11, 2011, a “College and Career Academy” means a “specialized charter school established by a partnership which demonstrates a collaboration between business, industry, andcommunity stakeholders to advance workforce development between one or more local boards of education, a private individual, a private organization, or a state or local public entity in cooperation with one or more postsecondary institutions.
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Academy details included in Quarterly Reports include:
Mission & Goals
Governance & Leadership
College & Career Focus
Enrollment & Student FocusStudent Support
Standards & Curriculum
Faculty & Staff
Cycle of Improvement
Charter School approval date
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SB161, signed by Governor Nathan Deal on May 11, 2011, directed the Office of College and Career Transitions within the Technical College System of Georgia (TCSG) to create a certification of Charter College and Career Academies. Learn more about the Certification system.
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