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ATLANTA (AP) — The state agency overseeing Georgia's Pre-K system is asking for teacher of the year nominations.
Department of Early Care and Learning Commissioner Amy Jacobs says the award is a small way to recognize teachers' efforts.
Nominations must come from a project director or a teacher. Applications are available on the agency's website.
Two winners will be chosen — one from a public school system and one from a private child care center. Teachers must have at least three years of experience leading a pre-K classroom in Georgia and meet other requirements.
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