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The Georgia Partnership for Excellence in Education has selected Laura Register as a member of the 2020-2021 Georgia Education Policy Fellowship Program.
In a letter announcing her selection as a new Fellow, Robert W. Gaines II, director of communications for G.P.E.E., stated, “Your career experiences and thoughtful approach to education are indicative of your potential to engage in discussion, debate, and critical thinking on education policy in Georgia.”
The first event Register will participate in will be a virtual welcome reception held on the internet on Wednesday, Aug. 12.
The Georgia Partnership for Excellence in Education was founded in 1992 by the Georgia Chamber of Commerce and the Georgia Economic Developers Association as an independent, nonpartisan, nonprofit to inform and influence Georgia leaders for the improvement of student achievement.
Laura Register, 55, served 13 years on the Grady County Board of Education, and works as a policy and political strategist with LBR Consulting. During the 2020 legislative session she was education and rural policy advisor to Sen. Jen Jordan of Atlanta.