Crim High School Applauded by U.S. Department of Education

APS is excited to announce the nomination of Alonzo Crim High School as the subject of a profile on its implementation of job-embedded professional development for teachers. School leaders will be interviewed by the Department of Education about their innovative practices, with hopes that by sharing their experiences and successes, others will learn from their... Continue Reading →

2010 APS Arts Education Conference hits a High note

UPDATE: Watch this video/photo gallery which includes perspectives from participants here. Watch Camille Russell Love's keynote address here. Atlanta Public Schools' performing and visual arts educators gathered for the 2010 Arts Education Conference at the High Museum on Sept. 24-25. Here APS Performing and Fine Arts Director Cynthia Terry and Education Coordinator/Visual Arts Raymond Veon... Continue Reading →

Dr. Hall calls for teacher incentives during Secretary Duncan’s visit to Tech High

APS Superintendent Dr. Beverly L. Hall expressed a hope to explore ways to reward quality teachers who want to stay in the classroom without having to promote them into administration positions as part of a "listen and learn" event with U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan and U.S. Sen. Johnny Isakson (Ga.) on Monday morning... Continue Reading →

Kimberly Elementary to benefit from grant awarded to Georgia State University

Kimberly Elementary School has been a partner with Georgia State University for more than eight years. Five years ago, GSU received a $6 million dollar grant and became a Professional Development School. Kimberly, Bunche Middle and the Therrell Educational Complex enjoyed the privilege of becoming Professional Development Schools. Over the past five years, Kimberly has... Continue Reading →

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