The Atlanta school district is putting out a national call for help, seeking your best idea on how to transform Atlanta Public Schools from one of the lowest performing districts in the state to a district that does right by all of its students.
“It’s a call for ideas to help us finish big components of this transformation,” Superintendent Meria Carstarphen told The Atlanta Journal-Constitution this week. She’s seeking ideas from teachers, foundations, organizations — anyone who thinks they can help.
Here’s your chance to be heard: How would you fix Atlanta Public Schools?
To formally apply to work with Atlanta Public Schools, visit the district’s website.
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