The Professional Association of Georgia Educators Foundation honored Gwinnett County Public Schools and superintendent/CEO J. Alvin Wilbanks on Monday at its annual A PAGE Turning Event.
Wilbanks has led the state’s largest school system for 20 years and has worked in education for more than 50 years. Gwinnett schools enroll more than 178,000 students, making it the 13th largest public school system in the country.
In a release, PAGE said Wilbanks deserved the honor for his impact on education, educators and students in Georgia.
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