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Thursday, November 23, 2017

Rhodes scholars for Class of 2017 announced

The Rhodes Trust announced the 32 American men and women chosen as scholars early Sunday. The 2017 recipients were chosen from 882 applicants who were endorsed by 311 colleges and universities.

Georgia’s Failed Opportunity School District – Part Two

It's back. Governor Deal would have the ability to suspend local school board members should this bill pass.

Free college for Georgia Seniors over 62

It's a well-kept secret. College courses, continuing education classes, information on foreign language and even classes on math, music, art, and history are available for free if you are a Georgia resident over age 62.

Survey: US high schools seen as easier by exchange students

Easier classes, less homework and lots of sports — this is how American high schools are viewed by students from other countries studying in the U.S.

GSU Early Child Education Program Named #12 in Nation

Out of 30 possible points (prior to additional bonus points), Georgia Southern received a total of 27 points

Georgia Public School Closed Due to Safety, Health Concerns

Hundreds of special education students around the state are set to be displaced as their conditions were found to be unsafe and the faculties were found to be dangerous.

Two Georgia colleges named best values in MONEY’s rankings

One of the top deciding factors for college is whether or not it's affordable, and that's true for both parents and students. And according to the latest data provided by Money Magazine, Georgia has two of the most affordable options for lower-income students.

2018 Georgia Teacher of the Year Finalists announced

State School Superintendent Richard Woods just announced the finalists for 2018 Georgia Teacher of the Year.

Work, nap, clean: Parents and the first day of school

After a packed, hot summer of family vacations, camp or kids underfoot, what’s a parent or caregiver to do with all that free time on the first day of school?

The new civics course in US schools: How to spot fake...

Teachers from elementary school through college are telling students how to distinguish between factual and fictional news — and why they should care that there's a difference.
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