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The Georgia Department of Education is committed to our goal of increasing literacy outcomes for ALL of Georgia’s students. Georgia is currently experiencing a unique synergy around literacy with several developments that have impacted literacy policy and practice statewide. The Georgia Early Literacy Act (House Bill 538), Georgia’s new K-12 English Language Arts Standards (implementation SY 2025-26), and Georgia’s dyslexia efforts (Senate Bill 48) are all important initiatives that will help guide Georgia’s literacy journey over the next few years.  This webpage is designed to keep stakeholders up t​o date on literacy policy and practice in Georgia.

Guidance Documen​ts

Georgia Literacy Academy

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The Georgia Literacy Academy was developed in partnership with the Rollins Center for Language and Literacy and Cox Campus. This partnership brings the Internation​al Dysl​exia Association accredited K-3rd Structured Literacy Program to Georgia Learns as Georgia’s free professional learning offering that meets the professional learning requirements of the Georgia Early Literacy Act.

 Contact Information

Amy Denty 
Director of Literacy