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    The Georgia Department of Education released the new Standards for Excellence in media, visual and theater arts last month. School districts will make plans for the new standards this year and implement them in 2018-19.

State updates fine arts education standards

The Georgia Department of Education released the new Standards for Excellence in media, visual and theater arts last month. School districts will make plans for the new standards this year and implement them in 2018-19.
Andrea Honaker The Telegraph