Georgia parents with access to a computer are getting their best look ever at how their local schools stack up against those across the state and the nation.

Beginning Dec. 1, the Office of Education Accountability (OEA; posted a new report card to the internet that also allows parents to see how groups of students in a particular school or system have progressed—or not—over the past two years.

The OEA is the data management arm of Gov. Roy Barnes' education reform effort. The data it is collecting


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