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Consequences of school threats

School threats can have lifelong consequences

Barge qualifies for GA State School Superintendent

Former State School Superintendent John Barge wants his old job back

Georgia’s students exceed the national average on AP exams

Georgia ranks 15th in the nation for the percentage of students passing AP exams, according to data released last week by the College Board. Georgia’s...

Georgia’s 25 safest school districts

What are GA's safest school systems? Is your district on the list?

Georgia lawmakers look to reduce school suspensions and expulsions

Georgia lawmakers look to prevent consecutive school expulsions and suspensions

Fact Check: Abrams incorrect on early learning cost and long-lasting effects

Georgia Democratic nominee for governor Stacey Abrams says the average cost of childcare in the state is more than the average of in-state college...

Fact Check: Candidate for Governor incorrect on early learning cost and long-lasting effects

Georgia Democratic candidate for governor, Stacey Abrams, says the average cost of childcare in the state in more than the average of in-state college...

Should Georgia’s school start dates be uniform? State Senators study the possibilities

A Georgia Senate study committee looks to review when schools in Georgia should start back to school.

Georgia to reduce testing for middle school students this spring on the Milestones

More than two years after the new passage of the federal education law, Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA), very few states are taking advantage...

Column: Education innovation – School choice with paid on the job training

Column: "Not every high school graduate is destined for a college degree; not every student graduates high school with ease. Still, every young Georgian deserves the opportunity to become a productive citizen."