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Wednesday, February 21, 2018

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.

School food progresses far beyond mystery meat, tater tots

As school lunch guidelines change, how our kids receive them may as well.

GaDOE gets new leader to head up School Improvement Division

GADOE names a new School Improvement Leader, but this is not the Chief Turnaround Officer which has yet to be named by the State Board of Education.

Keel Officially President at Georgia Regents University

Georgia Southern University President, Brooks Keel, is officially the new president of Georgia Regents University in Augusta. The Board of Regents for the University...

Poll shows overwhelming opposition to Amendment 1 – Opportunity School Districts

The election is roughly two weeks away and one of Georgia's Constitutional Amendments is only seeing a growing opposition movement.

Civil rights groups sue DeVos over policy on campus sexual assault

Civil rights groups filed a lawsuit against the U.S. Secretary of Education, Betsy Devos, challenging the department’s move to roll back Obama-era guidelines on sexual assault.

School lockdowns now routine part of student life in Georgia

chool lockdowns, and preparing for a possible intruder, have become a fact of life for many Georgia schools.

Student’s medicine legal in Georgia, schools say otherwise

Private schools are honoring new laws for cannabis oil for medical treatment, but public schools are a different story.

School Choice & Transfer Enrollment Period Open in Many Districts

Parents of K-12 public school students in Georgia have the option to enroll their child in any school within the local school district in which they now reside.

College moves to fire professor who questioned Sandy Hook

The college professor who questioned the Sandy Hook tragedy will soon be out of a job.
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