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Georgia Association of Educators President Calvine Rogers says cutting instruction time below 180 days is unfair to Georgia students. (Terry Lewis)

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GAE pushing return to 180 instructional days

For the past six months Georgia Association of Educators (GAE) President Calvine Rollins has been on a quest. Her mission is to bring the issue of restoring full funding for a 180-day school year to schools and communities throughout the state.

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