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Helpful Information & Resources for Parents "To the Well-Intentioned but Ignorant Parents of Teenagers"

Written by Kayla Nicole

This is a fantastic article about teens and internet safety using social media such as Twitter, Facebook and other potentially dangerous apps.

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Students who entered 9th grade in 2011 – 2012 and after, will not be required to take the Georgia High School Graduation Tests. However, all students are still required to take and pass the Georgia High School Writing Test. Students with disabilities, students meeting 504 requirements and English Learners may receive appropriate accommodations based on their needs as specified in their Individualized Education Program (IEP), Individual Accommodation Plan (IAP), or Testing Participation Committee (TPC) respectively. Students with disabilities unable to participate in the state testing program, are assessed with the Georgia Alternate Assessment (GAA).

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