Georgia Department of Education
RESA (Regional Educational Service Agencies) is an agency established to
provide shared services to improve the effectiveness of educational programs and
services of local school systems and to provide direct instructional programs to
selected public school students.
Metro RESA (Atlanta Metro Area)
1870 Teasley Drive, SE
Smyrna, GA 30080-2474
Director: Ms. Jane Huntley
Tel: 770 432-2404
FAX: 770 432-6105
- Information on Atlanta schools and a link to a directory of K-12 schools in
At Atlanta Apartments, we understand the importance of education in today's
society. Parents want nothing more than to place their children in schools where
they know their children will be in good hands. Especially when moving to a new
area, parents want to make sure that there are appropriate schools nearby.
Researching specific needs and wants for their children's education is the first
step that any moving parent should take.
their full potential in a safe, nurturing environment supported by involved and
committed staff, family, and community in helping to prepare them for a
||A simple phone call to the school's district
will answer most of your questions, but not all. Some cases may require a
visit to a counselor who is more than willing to help a parent find the
right education and school for their kids.
The internet is also a very useful source for information regarding ANYTHING
related to your child's education. For the Atlanta area, one website offers
desirable information on all K-12 schools in the Fulton County area:
Fulton County Schools
To educate students to be responsible, productive citizens.
The Fulton County School System is a place where all children learn to
Student learning is the primary focus of our school system.
- ALL students can learn.
- Quality staff is imperative for student achievement.
- Behaviors that convey high expectations lead to greater success.
- Successful schools maintain partnerships among the home, school, and
- School must prepare students for the changing future.
- Trust and Honest Communication
- Common Understanding
- Personal Responsibility
- Stakeholder Participation
- Continual Improvement
Balanced Scorecard -- Our Measurement Tool
In 2000-01, the school system introduced a measurement tool called the Balanced
Scorecard. The scorecard measures progress in all parts of the organization and
guides school and administrative operations in planning, goal setting, and
monitoring. Using data, targeted goals are set in the areas of student
achievement, stakeholder involvement and satisfaction, instructional and
administrative processes, staff learning and growth, and financial performance.
8-Step Instructional Process -- Our Classroom Teaching Model
Aligned with its See-Plan-Do-Check continual improvement process, the school
system developed a classroom model for academic improvement. The 8-Step
Instructional Process supports good teaching practices using a common language
and consistent instruction planning.
The eight steps include the following:
- Data disaggregation
- Instructional timeline
- Instructional focus
Source by Fultonschools.org
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