Come share your expertise and insight on Georgia’s top education topics ranging from Early Childhood to College & Career Readiness. Working groups will be presented with updates on the topics from State Officials then will work closely to develop new ideas and potential policy changes.
Attend sessions and learn from the top thought leaders in Education from around the country. Attendees will explore new perspectives on ways to address Georgia’s top challenges.
Join Georgia’s top state officials for a complimentary lunch and panel discussions on the future of education. During the State of Education Luncheon attendees will acquire first hand knowledge of the new changes in education not only in Georgia but across the country.
Participate in special sessions including the convening of the Georgia General Assembly, House & Senate Committee Meetings and explore exciting exhibits.
Representative Mike Dudgeon, District 25, R - Johns Creek
Representative Betty Price, District 48, R - Roswell
Representative Shelia Jones, District 53, D - Atlanta
Representative Beth Beskin, District 54, R - Atlanta
Representative "Able" Mable Thomas, District 56, D - Atlanta
Representative LaDawn Jones, District 62, D - Atlanta
Representative Ronnie Mabra, District 63, D - Fayetteville
Senator Hunter Hill, District 6, R - Atlanta
Representative Virgil Fludd, District 64, D - Tyrone
Representative Coach Williams, District 86, D - Avondale Estates
Representative Mike Glanton, District 75, D - Jonesboro
Representative Sandra Scott, District 76, D - Ellenwood
Representative Demetrius Douglas, District 78, D - Stockbridge
Representative Earnest G. Smith, District 125, D - Augusta
Senator Fran Millar, District 40, R - Atlanta
The event and luncheons are free of charge. We do have limited number seats available for lunch sessions which requires a RSVP when you register for the summit.
There are several lots available around Capitol Hill which offers parking ranging from $6 – 10 per day. Options include: Capitol Hill & Memorial Drive Lot, Underground Atlanta, City of Atlanta Municipal Parking, and Sloppy Floyd Building. A map of parking lots can be found below.
The address to the Capitol is 206 Washington Street, Atlanta, GA 30334. A map is listed below. You will also receive a confirmation email after registration with details.