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.
FY 14-15 Grant Application
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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
Learn about Certification
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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