Atlanta Schools & Education
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When a classmate sneezed, Kendra Turner simply said “bless you.” Those two words landed her an in-school suspension.
A reenactment of two deadly shootings that came under national attention has left parents upset and a teacher suspended without pay in Alabama.
A parent at Jean Childs Young Middle School sent me an essay about the Atlanta middle school's decision to “detrack” this year.
Slightly fewer Gwinnett County students were suspended during the last school year than in the prior school year, according to a report released by district officials Thursday.
The Atlanta school district is attempting to remove a teacher for a long list of alleged failings, including playing the Beyonce song “Drunk in Love.
School-by-school scores on the CRCT, the Criterion-Referenced Competency Tests, are out, the latest round of results highlighting the progress of individual schools on the state-mandated exams.
News and information about metro area higher education.
DeKalb County’s Cary Reynolds Elementary School won a $10,000 school improvement grant as part of Georgia United Credit Union’s School Crasher Makeover Grant program.
This year's annual high school football grand opening event takes place at McEachern High School. A total of seven games are scheduled for two days.
The 29th annual Super 11 team of the state’s best high school football players.
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Even before he sexually assaulted a domestic-violence victim, before she said he tried to sodomize her with his police-issued pistol, Dennis Krauss was a bad cop.