Georgia's teacher advocacy groups are gearing up for two big fights next year.
The first fight is over the reform of how schools get money from the state.
That plan will likely come from Gov. Nathan Deal and would need to go through the state legislature.
Educators are worried Deal's plan, which likely will include merit-based pay, would make it harder to attract and keep teachers.
The second fight: a plan that, if approved by voters, would allow the state to take over chronically low-performing schools.