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Filling Out the FAFSA Is Now Easier Than Ever Before

USDOE unveils new app to fill out FAFSA forms

Former Yale University Coach Pleads Guilty to Accepting Bribes to Facilitate Admissions to Yale

The former Yale University women’s soccer coach pleaded guilty last week in federal court in Boston in connection with accepting bribes to facilitate the admission of students to Yale as recruited athletes.

Column: Military Family Finds Homeschooling to be Just the Right Fit

Military Family Finds Homeschooling to be Just the Right Fit

HUD Working to Make Public Housing “Book-Rich Environments”

In just its third year, a national campaign to promote literacy and a life-long love of reading has distributed one million books to children living in public housing. The program, however, has not yet moved into Georgia.

Federal Commission on School Safety Releases Resource for Keeping Students, Teachers Safe at School

After months of research, visiting successful programs around the nation, and receiving testimony from experts and concerned citizens, the Federal Commission on School Safety...

A journal that combats censorship in academia? It’s happening

Academic freedom is meant to protect scholars with controversial ideas. But some say academic freedom isn’t protection enough in an era of campus speech debates, internet trolls and threats against professors

Education Secretary DeVos announces “Rethink School” Tour, GA on the list

Georgia is part of the tour for Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos.

Juuling craze – Sale of e-cigarettes skyrocket among youth

Juuling sales are way up for youth.

Hiring diversity officers at colleges doesn’t increase diverse faculty, study finds

Does the hiring of diversity officers on college campuses make a difference?