Coastal Courier | Midway Middle School hosted a guest Monday morning — Georgia State Superintendent Richard Woods.While in coastal Georgia to speak at an education conference, Woods visited schools in the area to hear from students, educators and community members on different matters.
[Superintendent Woods] came in with an agenda. He promised to look at certain things that were of concern to teachers and administrators across the state. He did something that I’ve not see done by a state superintendent. …
-- Dr. Valya Lee, Superintendent of Liberty County Schools
He ran a survey amongst teachers to say, ‘What's going on with you? What’s going right? What should be our concern?’ Teachers were very candid.”
She went on to say that he immediately went to work on finding solutions to problems that teachers identified.
“We’re grateful for the heart you have for our state."
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Georgia's State School Superintendent
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