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A lot of folks responded to an AJC op-ed piece by Tanya Ditty and Jane Robbins criticizing Common Core State Standards.
Tanya Ditty is state director of Concerned Women for America of Georgia. Jane Robbins is a senior fellow with the American Principles in Action.
Labeled the "deadliest fraternity in the U.S." by Bloomberg in December, Sigma Alpha Epsilon has decided to completely nix pledging, and consequently hazing, in an attempt to improve its image.
Looking at Cremeithius Riggins and his father, Carlos Farmer, their bond is evident. They look, walk and talk alike.
Sen. Jason Carter officially qualified to run for governor last week, but his campaign has long been underway, complete with an education platform intended to end what he calls the current “shell game” of education funding.
Before, during and after the bad weather, check here to see what's open and closed in metro Atlanta
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Macon hosts the championship games.
Archer played against Lowndes, and Tift County took on Norcross, both games at Georgia Tech. Westover played Columbia, and Redan played South Effingham at West Georgia College.
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Georgia in 2011 ranked 6th in the nation with low income students making up 57% of its public schools.
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Todd Gurley is still battling injuries that hurt him during his sophomore season. As a freshman in 2012, however, his stellar play reminded UGA fans of Herschel Walker.
Every year, state awards millions in 'deal-closing' grants to entice companies to create jobs in Georgia.
Each week, AJC Photo Editors search for best in visual journalism from staff and wire service photographers.
Updated every Friday, Mark Arum tells us where we can find construction, events and anything else to slow us down on the roads this weekend.
By the time the local child fatality review committee took up her case, Marnee Kay Downey had been dead one day longer than she lived.