It is just around the corner... back to school! So many things to worry about. New schools, new classes, new clothes. How about new food? Here are some great do's and don'ts for packing the back to school lunch box.
Atlanta Superintendent Erroll Davis said Tuesday “there will be no retreat” from controversial national Common Core education standards that have been adopted by most states, including Georgia. The standards are not “communist plots or promulgated by (President Barack) Obama. He had nothing to do with it,” Davis told an audience ...
All the talk about icy relations between Gov. Nathan Deal and School Superintendent John Barge? It’s “significantly overblown,” the governor told us on Monday. With Barge considering a run against Deal in next year’s GOP primary, education policy will get an extra dose of scrutiny. Their well-known disagreements, including Barge’s ...
A still-struggling economy and shrinking school budgets have made back-to-school shopping a cringe-worthy experience for many parents.
Former Atlanta Mayor and U.S. ambassador to the U.N. Andrew Young spoke to students at B.E.S.T Academy on the first day of school on August 7, 2013 in Atlanta.
With school supply costs increasing every year, here are 3 key ways you can save money as long as you plan ahead.
Tour the $147 million North Atlanta High School, which opened on Aug. 7. The 11-story school, located in the Buckhead neighborhood, was out of a refurbished IBM office building.
The average family shells out more than $600 on back-to-school shopping. Limor Suss from Dealery.com shares six ways you can save on all the essentials.
Photos from the first day of the school year at Winnona Park Elementary School on Thursday, August 1, 2013.
Students brought to this country illegally have again challenged a state Board of Regents policy that bars them from attending Georgia’s most competitive public colleges. About 200 people participated in a rally at the Capitol Wednesday and students plan to file a lawsuit as soon as Thursday. The ban, which ...