Georgia seeks public opinions about social studies, science standards

The deadline is approaching to express opinions about Georgia’s science and social studies standards for public schools.

State superintendent Richard Woods says the state has gotten teacher input but still wants to give the public — parents, students, professionals and others — a chance to opine on what should be expected in those subject areas when the new standards are implemented in the 2017-18 school year.

Take the survey online at The site contains information about current course descriptions. The deadline is midnight Sept. 15.

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