Atlanta Public Schools Board of Education
The Atlanta Board of Education establishes and approves the policies that govern the Atlanta Public Schools system. The Board consists of nine members, representing six geographical districts and three "at-large" districts. One person is elected per district to represent the schools in a given district for a four-year term.
Under the provisions of the new board charter, approved by the Georgia Legislature in 2003, Board members elect a new chair and vice-chair every two years. The day-to-day administration of the school district is the responsibility of the Superintendent, who is appointed by the Board.Statement from the Atlanta Board of Education in the Opposition to the Creation of a City of Buckhead CityClick here for a printable version of schools by representatives
Please click here for the board agenda and relevant action items.