Gwinnett County Public Schools began work on its next 10-year strategy document Tuesday with the first of five area board meetings.
The document, which will give the state’s largest school system direction for the 2020s, will replace a similar document formed in 2010. Superintendent J. Alvin Wilbanks said the older document set the stage for a successful decade, and he expects the same from the product that will replace it.
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