Kindergampstead 2, the new Georgia kindergarten standards and a set of standardised test scores, will be available to teachers in 2018.
This marks the first time that the standards have been developed in-house, rather than being released to teachers via a consortium of schools.
The standards are being rolled out across the state by the Georgia Department of Education.
Here’s a look at what’s included in the new curriculum.
K-12 teachers will be able to take the standardised tests, but they’ll need to pass the new state-wide assessment test to qualify for a teacher’s licence.
The new K-2 testing will be in Georgia, but teachers will also be able take the state’s standardised assessment test.
The K-4 and K-6 assessments are still available to parents in Georgia but are only available to schools with the right teacher certification.
It is worth noting that teachers’ licenses are not required for teachers to teach at a school.
Kindergraft 2 is part of the broader National Standards of Education (NSOE) project.
The NSEO is the federal government agency that is responsible for ensuring the best possible national standards for K-1, K-3 and K -5 education.
The first phase of the K-8 National Assessment is due to be released in 2021.
The NSEo is part-funded by the US Department of Commerce and has a contract to administer the NSEE assessments, and there is a long-term contract with the Department of Homeland Security (DHS).
The US Department for Education is also responsible for implementing the K1-K2 national standards.
The first set of standards was released in 2014 and was released as a set in English, German and French.
The new K1 will be released on April 20, 2020, with the next set of national standards in 2021, and the N2 in 2022.
The US Department For Education said the K4 and N1 tests will be delivered to teachers through a consortium called K-7 in 2019, and a second set of K-9 tests in 2020.
K-2 will be the next national test to be developed in Georgia.
This test will be produced in English and German and is a standardised version of the US K-5, the national standard.
This new curriculum is expected to be ready in 2018, and it will include a set list of tests, which are the same as the first two sets.
The most popular test is the K12 Standardised Assessment Test, which has been used for years to test teachers.
This new K2 will provide teachers with the best starting point to prepare for the K3 tests, and they will be tested in the same way as K-11 teachers.
Kindergartens are being phased out in the US, with no longer being able to choose between the K10 and K12 standards.