Students at some of metro Atlanta’s top schools may have few problems passing state tests, but they’re not learning as much in some subjects as their peers at other schools, new data released Thursday shows.
Some traditionally high-performing high schools in Cobb County aren’t topping the charts in some categories under Georgia’s new “student growth model,” which measures how much students learn in a year compared with peers across the state.
When Katrell Christie learned of India’s throwaway girls, she decided to make a difference. An impromptu trip to India inspired the tea shop owner to house and educate the country’s displaced young women.
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