Statements & Interviews

 

INTERVIEW: January 2020, WABE 

“The Professional Association of Georgia Educators recently issued an analysis of the three voucher programs. WABE education reporter Martha Dalton talked to PAGE’s senior legislative policy analyst Claire Suggs, who authored the report…” Click here <https://www.wabe.org/will-ga-lawmakers-consider-school-vouchers-in-a-tight-budget-year/?fbclid=IwAR3kiUTefcACM6rw1IZC8yr-7T0JK8XeXCu12cyFhhncSuVwbhNUepSkKCA> to listen to the interview (access the recordings via the links beneath text in article).

 

STATEMENT: January 2020, Georgia Recorder

“Teacher associations plan to continue to work with legislators to protect the teacher pay hike and other education spending: ‘It’s going to be important to work with policymakers and help everyone understand that choices aren’t made in a vacuum,’ said Margaret Ciccarelli, PAGE Director of Legislative Affairs. ‘One choice to fund something or not fund something else will have an impact in other areas of the budget…'” Click here to continue reading.

 

 

STATEMENT: January 2020, Marietta Daily Journal

“PAGE represents more than 97,000 Georgia educators who serve students in every Georgia public school. We strongly advocate for the effective investment of public resources to advance learning for public school students…” Click here to continue reading.