Georgia lawmakers will be back in session today after taking a break Tuesday, and committees will begin studying bills that made it across chamber lines on Monday’s Crossover Day.

The House Education Committee is slated to consider Sen. Lindsey Tippins’ SB 364 today, a bill that trims student testing and focuses on educator evaluation reform. When introducing the bill, Tippins (R-Marietta) said this legislation would “change education in Georgia.” The bill reduces the number of state-mandated student tests from 32 to 24, and allows for fewer observations of veteran, high-performing teachers. 

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