Wednesday’s first meeting of an unusual state committee on education policy was billed as an opportunity to inform voters. It could offer a significant side benefit for the GOP, though: finding some unity on Common Core, an issue that has become intensely divisive.
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The education policy group of parents, superintendents, teachers and state legislators by House Speaker David Ralston, R-Blue Ridge, plans three more meetings. The Role of Federal Government in Education Study Committee plans to meet again:
in August at Gwinnett College
in September in Milledgeville
in October, tentatively, in Hall County
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