“Together, we’ve accomplished so much for Georgia’s children,” began an email that came into our office the other day. “There’s more work to be done to ensure that strong class-focused and classroom-centered policies are supported across the state.”
With those words first-term state School Superintendent Richard Woods announced that he would run for re-election next year. To date, the Republican incumbent doesn’t appear to have a viable opponent on the horizon– either from the GOP or the Democrat side.


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