The Office of School Improvement provides a statewide system of support and process for school improvement. Programs include the School Improvement Division, Teacher and Leader Effectiveness Division, and Title I and Outreach Programs.
School Improvement Division
The work of the School Improvement Division is to design and implement a coherent and sustained statewide system of support and process for improvement. The division provides districts and schools in Georgia with tools and resources, as well as intensive support and professional learning for all schools, including those with significant student achievement issues. The School Improvement Division works with SIG Priority, Non-SIG Priority, Focus, Alert Schools, and Race to the Top Lowest Achieving Schools. School Improvement programs include the Alternative Education Program, the GAPSS Analysis, Professional Learning, and Title 1, Part A 1003(a) Grants.
Teacher and Leader Effectiveness
The Teacher and Leader Effectiveness Division impacts student achievement by providing programs and resources to enhance teacher and leader effectiveness.
Title I and Outreach Programs
The Title I and Outreach Programs Division provides technical assistance, resources, and program monitoring of local education agencies to ensure that all children have an opportunity to obtain a high quality education and to achieve proficiency on high academic standards.