Column: Education innovation – School choice with paid on the job training

Column: "Not every high school graduate is destined for a college degree; not every student graduates high school with ease. Still, every young Georgian deserves the opportunity to become a productive citizen."

Georgia Middle School Teacher Stabbed by Student

A teacher is in the hospital and a student is in custody after a stabbing at a Georgia Middle School. Trickum Middle School in Gwinnett...

Two Defendants in College Admissions Case to Plead Guilty

Two defendants will plead guilty to charges in connection with using bribery and other forms of fraud to facilitate the admission of applicants to selective colleges and universities.

State School Superintendent Richard Woods seeks 2019-20 Student Advisory Council

These students will meet with Superintendent Woods to discuss the impact of state policies in the classroom, along with other issues related to education, and will serve as the Superintendent’s ambassadors to their respective schools.

Georgia Department of Education launches Partnership for Rural Growth, dedicating an additional $1.6 million...

The Georgia Department of Education is launching the Partnership for Rural Growth, an initiative to expand the resources available to public school districts in...

Dozens of Schools Named to List for Needing Additional Support

The Georgia Department of Education recently released the first list of Comprehensive Support and Improvement (CSI) schools as required by the federal Every Student...

3 Georgia Students Named 2019 U.S. Presidential Scholars

Of the 161 named, 3 are from Georgia.

Trump sends out Proclamation on National School Lunch Week , Oct. 14-Oct.20

National School Lunch Week - Oct. 14 - Oct. 20

FBI warns parents and schools of edtech cybersecurity threats of student data

Does your child use a lot of technology at school? The FBI sent out a warning about cybersecurity threats associated with educational technology.

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.