The stakeholder survey on science and social studies standards was completed and the results were shared by Dr. Caitlin Dooley, deputy superintendent, with the Georgia Board of Education. Erin McCann, senior researcher at SECC, compiled feedback from the surveys and tabled information for SEA staff review. Tony Valachakis, GaDOE educational technologist, provided a variety of information that he was able to abstract from the data collected through the surveys.
On September 25, Eric Waters, SECC web development specialist/client technology, responded to a request by John Pritchett, middle school curriculum coordinator, and posted three new instructional technology courses for review and feedback by stakeholders in Georgia for a 60-day review.
On September 29, Glenda Copeland, SECC Georgia state liaison, met with Dr. Barbara Wall, director, CTAE, to discuss a process for developing a strategic management plan to guide the strategies and services that CTAE will provide in meeting the strategic plan for GaDOE. It was agreed that SECC will provide guidance for her staff in developing a detailed plan to identify strategies, timelines, expectations, and evidence of results.