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RN-BSN program at GSU ranked No. 3 for Best Online Bachelor’s...

The Georgia Southern University Bachelor in Nursing (BSN) was ranked third in the 30 Best Online Bachelor’s in Nursing for 2017 by Best Degree Programs.

Big holdup for borrowers claiming for-profit college fraud

The Education Department is sitting on more than 65,000 unapproved claims as it rewrites Obama-era rules that sought to better protect students.

Help students in the aftermath of natural disasters

How can you help? The Georgia Department of Education is asking for the community to pitch in.

Georgia students again outperform nation on ACT

Georgia's average score was higher, for the second consecutive year and the second time in state history, than the national average

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.

Georgia college building $22M school for health professions

rmstrong State University officially broke ground earlier today on the new building that will house the Waters College of Health Professions in Savannah. More than 300 community leaders, political dignitaries, faculty, staff and students attended the groundbreaking ceremony.

Poll: Georgians demand changes for public schools: more local control, less...

Georgians expect more than academics from their K-12 public schools: More local control, less focus on standardized testing, more career preparation.

Professors get $300,000 grant for digital fake-news detector

Research professors can just about get a grant for anything to study these days.

Georgia student identified after drawing swastika on high school football field

Ahead of a monstrous football game Friday night, school officials in one district were trying to reassure parents and students that the student who drew a swastika on the football field would be held responsible. 

Study: Fewer Georgia Students Could Get College Opportunity

Georgia is among states that have cut funding to public colleges and universities since the recession, prompting many schools to raise tuition.
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