The Governor's Office of Student Achievement (OSA) was established July 1, 2000 by the state law known
as the A Plus Education Reform Act.
The mission of OSA is to provide accountability for all of Georgia's education system from
prekindergarten through postsecondary levels that will result
Improving student achievement
Improving school completion.
part of this mission, OSA is proud to present its fifth annual
report on Georgia's public K-12 schools.
OSA hopes that the information contained in this report and future
reports will be used to make positive changes in education that
will support teachers and help parents and students.
The Georgia Department of Education (GDOE) is the state agency
charged with the fiscal and administrative management of certain
aspects of K-12 public education, including the implementation
of federal and state mandates. Such management is subject to
supervision and oversight by the State Board of Education (SBOE). To learn more about GDOE and SBOE, visit www.doe.k12.ga.us.