Fulton County Schools has been named a first-place winner in the 19th annual Magna Awards program. Sponsored by the National School Boards Association’s American School Board Journal, the award recognizes districts for programs advancing student learning and encouraging community involvement in schools. Fulton was recognized for restructuring as a charter school system.The charter model allows schools to use resources in a targeted manner to better support student achievement and curriculum innovation.
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