Georgia School Districts Dominate Top Rankings Survey

Twelve Georgia Districts Rank in the Top 10 of Digital Survey

     Twelve Georgia districts won the 2011-2012 Digital School District Survey. The study, coordinated by the Center for Digital Education and in partnership with the National School Boards Association, examined and documented school boards and districts' online presence, technology applications that allow the public to interact with school board members, administrators and teachers as well as their access to information such as school board calendars, district policies as well as technology use in the district and classrooms. Eleven of the 12 Georgia winners are current subscribers to eBOARD, and diligently use the modular web-based governance software. Currently over 200 school systems are using eBOARDsolutions as a tool to align the work of the system and keep the focus on the strategic goal of improving student achievement.

     Sis Henry, GSBA Executive Director, said "We are proud to see so many Georgia Districts presented in the top ten of this year's Digital School District Survey."  

Digital School Board 2011-2012 Winners from Georgia include:

2011-12 Digital School Districts Survey Top Ten

  Large Student Population District category:

  • 1st Barrow County Schools (All eBOARD modules)
  • 2nd Fayette County Schools (All eBOARD modules)
  • 3rd Savannah-Chatham Schools (Policy, Law eBOARD modules)
  • 6th Cherokee County Schools (Policy, Law eBOARD modules)
  • 8th Gwinnett County Schools 
  • 8th Richmond County Schools (All eBOARD modules)

Mid-sized Student Population District category:

  • 3rd Marietta City Schools (Law eBOARD module)
  • 6th City Schools of Decatur (All eBOARD modules)
  • 8th Bulloch County Schools (Policy, Law eBOARD modules)

Small Student Population District Category

  • 8th Chickamauga City Schools (Policy, Law eBOARD modules)
  • 9th Jefferson City Schools (All eBOARD modules)
  • 9th Long County Schools (Policy, Law eBOARD modules)

     Top-ranked districts who received the Digital School Districts Survey award were honored at a reception during the National School Board’s annual conference in Boston, April 21-23, 2012.

     Congratulations to these Georgia school boards! We are proud of your continued excellence.