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The Professional Association of Georgia Educators (PAGE), founded in 1975, is the largest organization for professional educators in the state, with nearly 80,000 educators, administrators and school support personnel members. (See Growth Chart)  PAGE offers its members unmatched legislative advocacy, legal protection and attorneys who are available by phone, e-mail or fax during normal business hours.  In addition, PAGE provides professional learning to enhance competence and confidence, build leadership and increase student achievement.

We invite you to learn more about the benefits of membership and services offered by PAGE, locate important information regarding legislation impacting education and get answers to questions ranging from legal issues to teaching concerns.

 Exclusive 2010 Election Coverage

Exclusive Gubernatorial Candidates Panel
On September 16, 2010, the PAGE Foundation hosted a panel discussion between candidates for governor Roy Barnes (D) and Nathan Deal (R).  The panel was moderated by Charles Richardson, Editorial Page Editor, The Macon Telegraph
Watch the exclusive complete video report! 


Exclusive State Superintendent of Schools Candidates Panel
On the afternoon of September 16, 2010, the PAGE Foundation hosted a panel discussion between candidates for State Superintendent of Schools Joe Martin (D) and John Barge (R).  The panel was moderated by Charles Richardson, Editorial Page Editor, The Macon Telegraph.
Watch the exclusive video report here


PAGE Candidate Questionaire
Every election year, PAGE prepares a series of questions on contemporary issues facing public education in Georgia to pose to candidates for public office.  This year, we have prepared specific questions for candidates for Governor and another set of questions for candidates for State Superintendent of Schools. 
See more information about the candidates and view their answers to our question


Before It Is Too Late:
Rebuilding Public Education in Georgia

Read a statement from PAGE about the current education crisis with implications the November general election and for the 2011 session of the General Assembly.

Don't Vote Until You've Checked Their Voting Record 


PAGE has collaborated with the Georgia Department of Labor, the State Health Benefit Plan, and the Teachers Retirement System (TRS) to provide answers for Georgia's educators concerned about the uncertainties that severe budget cuts are causing in our school systems.  Learn more by visiting this new resource now.


2013 PAGE Summer Conference

Together We Make The Difference

June 7-8, 2013

Crowne Plaza Atlanta - Ravinia

More Information & Register Now

Spring Membership Special

Click here for information about the PAGE Spring Membership Special.

PAGE Statement to Fulton County Members Regarding Proposed Waiver of Title 20 Sections

As you may know, Fulton County is proposing to make significant changes in their contractual relationships with educators by waiving certain portions of Title 20, the section of Georgia Code which covers public education. Fulton County Schools is a “charter system” and as such has the authority to seek waivers from the state for any and all portions of Title 20 as they are now doing.  Click here for more.


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