By Tayleigh Davis - bio | email LEE COUNTY, GA (WALB) - Education leaders wrapped up an eight city tour to give Georgia schools a new vision at Lee County High School Monday night.
The Georgia School Boards Association and School Superintendents Association received input from teachers, parents, and community members on ways to transform schools.
Among many other visions, the movement focuses on more parental involvement, better technology, more organization to help students and teachers meet their goals.
Teachers and administrators from six counties attended the event.
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