Professional Association of Georgia Educators

Our core business is to provide professional learning for educators that will enhance professional co

PAGE has an active presence on multiple social media platforms. The guidelines within which PAGE chooses to participate on these platforms include respecting our audience and followers, their divergent views, and the freedom to express those views. Because social media platforms limit essential components of personal interaction, PAGE may choose to address some comments expressed on its social med

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01/09/2024

In the PAGE Capitol Report for Legislative Day 1: The 2024 Legislative Session convenes. Read the full report here: http://bit.ly/48NUxD5

01/08/2024

GRANTING OPPORTUNITY: PAGE Educator Grants are helping members achieve goals with students and further their career pursuits. Diane Lhotte at Ben Hill Middle School used grant funds to purchase kiln repair parts and permanent kiln furniture. Pictured with her is Assistant Principal Martellis Curtis. Each year, PAGE awards up to $100,000 as individual $500 grants to members throughout the state. Are you a PAGE member who is interested in applying next year? Applications will open fall semester 2024. Stay tuned to PAGE social media, email, and PAGE One for announcements.

01/05/2024

GRANTING OPPORTUNITY: PAGE Membership Services Representative Peggy Brown was pleased to present a certificate to Mattie Wells Elementary School’s Nancy Ward, one of the SY 2023-2024 PAGE Educator Grant recipients.

Nancy used grant funds to buy supplies – such as decodable text, games, and activities to help master reading skills – for the parent community room and small intervention groups.

Each year, PAGE awards up to $100,000 as individual $500 grants to members throughout the state. Are you a PAGE member who is interested in applying next year? Applications will open fall semester 2024. Stay tuned to PAGE social media, email, and PAGE One for announcements.

01/05/2024

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12/31/2023

PAGE has an exciting job opportunity!

We are looking for a positive, confident individual with excellent communication skills and a detail-oriented personality to join our team as a Legal Administrative Assistant. For more information and to apply, visit https://www.pageinc.org/careers/.

Christy Todd - You Want to Be an Influencer? | Lead. Learn. Change. 12/28/2023

“Teachers change the future when we help students see their potential,” says PAGE member Christy Todd, Georgia’s 2024 Teacher of the Year. Catch up with Christy as she speaks about the many ways teachers positively transform the lives of students – and become the ultimate “influencers” in the process – in this latest episode of Lead. Learn. Change. at https://lead-learn-change.simplecast.com/episodes/christy-todd-you-want-to-be-an-influencer.

Christy Todd - You Want to Be an Influencer? | Lead. Learn. Change. Georgia’s 2024 Teacher of the Year Christy Todd combines her enthusiasm for teaching with an innate curiosity and a strong desire to connect interests, talents and people, unleashing the creative potential of scores of students day after day, year after year. Christy’s excitement about what she ...

12/28/2023

Burnout is the top reason motivating Georgia educators to leave the field.

Learn more about this educational challenge and how PAGE proposes addressing it in our Schoolhouse Spotlights series, which focuses on Georgia educator opinion reflected in the PAGE 2023 Legislative Survey.

The second series publication, Educator Burnout, can be found here:https://bd220f27-ce79-4e70-b6ee-6cec19136e80.usrfiles.com/ugd/bd220f_bf2f55b83d3348bb90989e8e27305c01.pdf

12/26/2023

Join the PAGE legislative team for a short member webinar on Gov. Brian Kemp’s proposed education budget items in the AFY 2024 and FY 2025 state budgets, including his $1,000 educator supplement and annual school safety funding.

Register here: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_tTVJGnr3Q2GEr4d9z4kyxQ #/registration

12/23/2023

Join the PAGE legislative team and learn about the upcoming GA General Assembly session. We’ll discuss educator feedback reflected in our recent survey and how this data and the 2024 PAGE Legislative Priorities will inform PAGE advocacy during the legislative session.
Webinar topics will include literacy implementation, educational funding, school safety, and more. We’ll also provide information on effective methods educators can employ when personally advocating for teachers, students, and public education.

Register here: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_2mCMJHEjRyuWv8-25uwjQw #/registration

12/22/2023

GRANTING OPPORTUNITY: PAGE Educator Grants are helping members achieve goals with students and further their career pursuits.

This month, PAGE Membership Services Representative Hayley Gilreath was pleased to present a certificate to West End Elementary School’s Hannah Regennitter, one of the SY 2023-2024 PAGE Educator Grant recipients.

Hannah is passionate about using technology to enhance education. She used grant funds to purchase a virtual reality headset for her students, allowing them to explore the world outside of the classroom and improve their vocabulary, comprehension, and background knowledge. Hannah tells us that using the virtual headset has been transformative for her ESOL students!

Each year, PAGE awards up to $100,000 as individual $500 grants to members throughout the state. Are you a PAGE member who is interested in applying next year? Applications will open fall semester 2024. Stay tuned to PAGE social media, email, and PAGE One for announcements.

12/21/2023

Nearly two-thirds of Georgia teachers report losing their planning period once a week or more.

Learn more about this educational challenge and how PAGE proposes addressing it in our Schoolhouse Spotlights series, which focuses on Georgia educator opinion reflected in the PAGE 2023 Legislative Survey.

The first series publication, Planning Time & Substitutes, can be found here:https://bd220f27-ce79-4e70-b6ee-6cec19136e80.usrfiles.com/ugd/bd220f_200e91c3e76d4d1b986630fc275b776d.pdf

12/20/2023

“I am proud to receive the PAGE Foundation Scholarship as it represents that my passion and energy for teaching are strong and to continue to grow in my leadership to support other teachers and to adapt to current effective practices in the classroom to serve every student. As I always tell my students, it’s not what I teach, it’s what you carry forward that matters.” Michael Yeager, PAGE Professional Scholarship, Teacher, East Forsyth High School, Forsyth County Schools. For more information about PAGE Foundation Scholarships, visit https://www.pageinc.org/scholarships/.

12/20/2023

GRANTING OPPORTUNITY: PAGE Educator Grants are helping members achieve goals with students and further their career pursuits.

This month, PAGE Membership Services Representative Hayley Gilreath was pleased to present a certificate to Dug Gap Elementary School’s Clay Fissel, one of the SY 2023-2024 PAGE Educator Grant recipients. Clay shared with us that being a member of PAGE has great benefits and receiving the grant has been an incredible experience.

The history of drumming and how drums are used in various cultures have fascinated Clay's students. He was able to buy a complete set of hand drums for the class thanks to the grant. One of his 5th-grade students was so inspired that she wrote a drum cadence and taught it to the class!

Each year, PAGE awards up to $100,000 as individual $500 grants to members throughout the state. Are you a PAGE member who is interested in applying next year? Applications will open fall semester 2024. Stay tuned to PAGE social media, email, and PAGE One for announcements.

12/19/2023

PAGE offices will be closed Wednesday, Dec. 20 through Tuesday, Jan. 2. Should you have an urgent legal matter that must be addressed before we reopen on Wednesday, January 3, please call 770-216-8555 and choose option 1 to leave a message. Messages left on Monday, December 25 and Monday, January 1 will be returned the following business day, while messages left before 5 p.m. on other weekdays will be returned the same day.

12/13/2023

“I am honored to be selected as a PAGE Foundation scholarship recipient. This takes away some of the financial burden that pursuing an advanced degree incurs. The scholarship will help me afford additional certificate endorsements.” Ashley P. Watkins, PAGE Jack Christmas Scholarship, Kindergarten Teacher, Double Churches Elementary School, Muscogee County Schools. For more information about PAGE Foundation Scholarships, visit https://www.pageinc.org/scholarships/.

Photos from Professional Association of Georgia Educators's post 12/12/2023

GRANTING OPPORTUNITY: PAGE Educator Grants are helping members achieve goals with students and further their career pursuits.

This week, PAGE Membership Services Representative Michele Dechman was pleased to present a certificate to Dougherty County’s Magnolia Pre-K Center’s Melissa Moses, one of the SY 2023-2024 PAGE Educator Grant recipients. Moses, who loves teaching science, will use grant funds to create a butterfly and ladybug habitat for students.

Photo 1 (left to right): Dr. Gail Solomon, Magnolia Pre-K Center principal; Dr. Sheryl Holmes, PAGE Board member; Moses; Dechman

Photo 2 (left to right): Dechman; Holmes

Each year, PAGE awards up to $100,000 as individual $500 grants to members throughout the state. Are you a PAGE member who is interested in applying next year? Applications will open fall semester 2024. Stay tuned to PAGE social media, email, and PAGE One for announcements.

Photos from Professional Association of Georgia Educators's post 12/08/2023

PAGE GRANTS AT WORK IN THE CLASSROOM: We love to see PAGE Educator Grants making a positive difference for students!

Doerun Elementary School’s Rachel Yingling, a SY 2023-2024 recipient, utilized grant funds to purchase bilingual fiction and non-fiction books for use by ESOL students. Doerun serves pre-k through 5th grade, and the PAGE Educator Grant enabled Ms. Yingling to provide early literacy resources for ALL grade levels!

Photos 1 and 3: Students learning with grant-funded books. Photo 2: PAGE Membership Services Representative Michele Dechman (center-left) with Rachel Yingling (center-right), Assistant Principal Jebb Cato (left), and Principal Kati Stephan (right).

Each year, PAGE awards up to $100,000 as individual $500 grants to members throughout the state. Are you a PAGE member who is interested in applying next year? Applications will open fall semester 2024. Stay tuned to PAGE social media, email, and PAGE One for announcements.

12/07/2023

PAGE has an exciting job opportunity!

We are looking for a positive, confident individual with excellent communication skills and a detail-oriented personality to join our team as a Legal Administrative Assistant. For more information and to apply, visit https://www.pageinc.org/careers/.

Photos from Professional Association of Georgia Educators's post 12/06/2023

PAGE GRANTS AT WORK IN THE CLASSROOM: Such a joy when we get a first-hand view of PAGE Educator Grants making a positive difference for students. Thomas County Middle School’s Katie Brewer, a SY 2023-2024 recipient, utilized grant funds to purchase raised relief maps to enhance hands-on learning and student interaction.

Thank you, Katie, for the great work you do every day – and for welcoming us to class to see PAGE grant funds in action!

Photo 1: PAGE Membership Services Representative Michele Dechman (left) with Katie (center), and Principal Clay Stanaland. Photos 2-4: Students learning with grant-funded maps. Each year, PAGE awards up to $100,000 as individual $500 grants to members throughout the state.

Are you a PAGE member who is interested in applying next year? Applications will open fall semester 2024. Stay tuned to PAGE social media, email, and PAGE One for announcements.

12/06/2023

“The PAGE Scholarship greatly contributes to my goal of becoming a school library media specialist. This financial investment will allow me to become a positive influence on the education community. I enjoy sharing my knowledge with students, teachers, and other stakeholders.” Anne Vickery Stocks, PAGE Professional Scholarship, Teacher, State Bridge Crossing Elementary School, Fulton County School System. For more information about PAGE Foundation Scholarships, visit https://www.pageinc.org/scholarships/.

Photos from Professional Association of Georgia Educators's post 12/04/2023

Dr. Kim Foster, a PAGE College Services Representative, presented Teaching 411 at Kennesaw State University this morning as part of the PAGE mission to help identify, recruit, prepare, and retain the next generation of Georgia educators. Foster provided guidance to a group of soon-to-be graduates from Bagwell College of Education as they begin their careers. Among the crowd was Maria Belman, a 2018 graduate of Cartersville High School and a former student of Dr. Kim's who is seen in the last picture. Having earned her Doctor of Education in Secondary English Education from KSU, Foster arrived wearing her school colors (black and gold).

12/01/2023

PAGE Educator Grants are helping members achieve goals with students and further their career pursuits.

Here, PAGE Membership Services Representative Michele Dechman, left, presents a certificate to Colquitt County’s G.E.A.R. (Gifted Education with Academic Rigor) Teacher Jason Suber, middle, one of the SY 2023-2024 Educator Grant recipients. With them is Allen Edwards, G.E.A.R. Director.

Each year, PAGE awards up to $100,000 as individual $500 grants to members throughout the state. Are you a PAGE member who is interested in applying next year? Applications will open fall semester 2024. Stay tuned to PAGE social media, email, and PAGE One for announcements.

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