Georgia career tech education to get boost from bipartisan law, state leaders react

“If you want to make America great again, you’ve got to make work cool again,” said Mike Rowe, the host of Dirty Jobs, to...

Study: Teen internet use ‘nearly constant’, 95 percent own smartphone

Teens are on their phone constantly, says a new study. How does this impact their lives?

OPINION: President’s Proposal to End Federal Afterschool Funding Would Cause ‘Catastrophic Harm to Students,...

“If Congress agrees to the President’s FY2020 budget proposal to eliminate federal funding for afterschool, programs will close."

GaDOE’s ‘Keenville’ game-based assessment wins national award

The KAPi awards recognize excellence and innovation in children’s digital media. Winners are chosen by a distinguished panel of independent jurors.

13 Winners Announced in Give Wildlife a Chance Poster Contest

Thirteen school children were announced last week as statewide winners in the Give Wildlife a Chance Poster Contest. The artwork is now on display at state botanical garden in Athens.

A coastal Georgia career academy receives honors from Lt. Governor

A career academy in coastal Georgia receives honors.

Georgia approves new elementary agriculture courses

The new standards are a direct result of Senate Bill 330, legislation passed in 2018 which provides for a pilot program to develop and implement agricultural education in elementary schools.

Georgia School District Ends “Team Chaplain,” Sponsored Prayer After Complaint

A school district in northwest Georgia has ended its partnership with a chaplain after complaints to the school system were filed at the end...

Kemp’s Office of Student Achievement Partners with Dept. of Education to Train School Principals

GSLA is designed to support school leaders working to achieve positive, transformational school-level change. During a year-long cohort experience, participants receive in-depth leadership training and support through a combination of in-person meetings, coaching and mentorship from a former Georgia principal, and opportunities to network with fellow principals who are also working to transform their schools.

Screams, Films (and Lots and Lots of Vulgarity) at Douglas County High School

The city of Douglasville has become a hot commodity for the film industry, as evidenced by films such as "The Founder" and others which have...