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A Georgia Tech associate professor is being dismissed from his job for allegedly taking more than $20,000 of funds intended for student stipends, the Institute said Friday.
Georgia teachers have moved from significant apprehension about Common Core academic standards three years ago to strong support for them now, according to polling of thousands of teachers released to The Atlanta Journal Constitution.
The disturbing news reached Chante Buchenen via a robocall from the Douglas County school district. The principal at her daughter’s elementary school had been arrested.
Georgia is expanding its foster care coverage until age 21, a move that could better provide support for hundreds of vulnerable youths considering or entering college.
A crucial school board election in DeKalb County has drawn 22 candidates, including a former board member who was ousted by Gov.
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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.
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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.
The 39-year-old home builder from Toccoa slipped into a cramped statehouse room Friday with just hours to spare to qualify to run for agricultural commissioner.