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Wednesday, September 20, 2017

Georgia Teachers Graded By New Standards

New guidelines and policies put into place will have Georgia teachers jumping through a different set of hoops. Teachers, previously, needed a bachelor's degree (or...

Feds OK sale of University of Phoenix parent, if terms met

Apollo has been the subject of several state and federal investigations in recent years and has faced lawsuits alleging deception in its advertising and recruiting tactics, so the feds are cracking down hard.

Congress passes extension for student loan program

The Perkins program, which dates back to 1958, provided loans to more than a half million students, totaling about $1.1 billion in the 2013-2014 award year

High school graduation rate reaches new high

Increases in the graduation rate for the 2014-2015 school year were seen for all ethnic groups, as well as for disabled students and students from low-income families.

Video – GA teacher told student they can’t wear Trump shirt

VIDEO : Cherokee County, GA school teacher tells student they can't wear their Trump shirt. School district apologizes.

Deadline for School Feedback Approaching

State Superintendent Richard Woods is still asking for feedback and opinions on Georgia's science standards and the social studies programs in public schools. Similarly, Woods...

Georgia schools throw shade on summer as classes resume

A lot of districts decided to start the school year earlier so teachers would have more time to prepare kids for standardized tests

Updated List: Schools that have banned hoverboards

Previously, AllOnGeorgia reported four universities in Georgia that banned hoverboards in on-campus housing, joining over twenty schools around the nation. But this week, additional schools have joined the list...

Brown University rescinds honorary degree it gave Cosby

PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) — Brown University has rescinded the honorary degree it granted Bill Cosby, becoming the third university to take such action in...

Missouri students want to help pick new university leaders

Some University of Missouri students told the system's governing board Friday that they want to play a part in deciding who will be the next chancellor at the flagship campus in Columbia and the next president of the university system, and said the school needs more faculty of color.
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