When the 2023 session of the Georgia General Assembly convened in January, senate leaders voiced their concern over the state’s literacy rate and listed it as a top priority for this year. They came one step closer to addressing the issue late last week when state Sen. Billy Hickman’s, R-Statesboro, SB 211 received approval from the House Education Curriculum Subcommittee following a few tweaks and amendments. The bill now moves to the full House Education Committee for a vote. 

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