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Georgia got a new schools superintendent this year. Richard Woods was elected in November 2014 after former schools chief John Barge stepped down to run — unsuccessfully — for governor.
Woods took office in January.
Recently, WABE talked with him about a range of topics from testing to summer learning.
The conversation begins with Woods describing the duties of the state’s new fine arts director, Jessica Booth.
Click here to listen to the WABE interview.
Georgia's School Superintendent
Richard Woods has over 24 years of pre-k through 12th grade experience in public education. > Read Full Bio