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The remaining 33 defendants in the Atlanta Public Schools test-cheating case face the legal equivalence of a game of chicken with life-altering consequences.
Think you’re too old to get a postsecondary education? Think again. Colleges are changing. Yes, there are still ivy-covered buildings, inspirational professors, big-team sports and frat parties — but many of the students are no longer 18- to 22-year-olds.
When was the last time you were in a building that wasn’t artificially cooled or heated? We depend on heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems to control the interior environments of homes, schools, hospitals and office buildings.
If your high school junior or senior is preparing for college — it’s time you prepared to meet the FAFSA.
Are you looking for career where you can make a difference in people’s lives? Occupational therapy is a growing field in health care.
Kennesaw State University nursing major Katherine Street is busy taking the usual courses that will prepare her to work in health care, but she isn’t just limiting her learning to the classroom.
In this era of instant and very social communication, savvy company executives know that presenting and maintaining a positive image is a full-time job.
You’ve spent a lot of time and energy getting a college education. Now you’d like to see some return on that investment and launch your career.
Georgia has excellent private colleges and universities, but they do come at a price. Tuition at private colleges is consistently higher than at public universities.
Is the lack of a high school diploma holding you back? If so, you have a second chance to get the education you need — thanks to the national General Educational Diploma program.
If Santa Claus was handing out goodies to states with great graduation rates, Georgia would get a lump of coal.
An Atlanta elementary school teacher has been suspended without pay after she was accused of scratching and bruising a co-worker’s face during an Oct.
News and information about metro area higher education.
With the early promise of online courses failing to materialize, higher education is rethinking its fascination with MOOCs, massive open online courses.
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Maggie Anderson had a successful career in marketing communications, producing video and writing. She is the author of “Do You Stand Out Enough?
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Volunteers work alongside Georgia football legends to help construct a patio for Atlanta’s Gresham Park during Allstate SEC Good Works Day.
It's usually a sellout at Philips Arena when Kobe Bryant, Lakers come to town. The Lakers will make their only appearance in Atlanta of the 2013-14 season Monday.
Will Nick Saban leave Alabama for Texas? A look at Saban's time in Tuscaloosa along with previous stops in college and the NFL.
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Gov. Nathan Deal on Thursday questioned the timing of FBI inquiries into the state’s beleaguered ethics commission but said he was confident his office was not the target of the probe.