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Bus drivers in Georgia school district illegally go on strike

Bus drivers in a Georgia school district call out sick and illegally go on strike.

Georgia receives testing waiver from U.S. Department of Education for middle school advanced courses

Georgia received approval from the U.S. Department of Education (US ED) April 12 to reduce testing and avoid duplication for students taking advanced courses...

Georgia to reduce testing for middle school students this spring on the Milestones

More than two years after the new passage of the federal education law, Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA), very few states are taking advantage...

Column: Georgia’s schools ignore parental consent on student mental health

Jane Robbins is a Harvard educated attorney and a senior fellow with the APP Foundation, based out of Georgia. Robbins has modeled federal and...

Georgia’s reading and math scores show anemic improvement

The 2017 NAEP test results, known as the "Nation's Report Card", show stagnant results all over the country. Georgia's results did improve from the...

Georgia’s governor restores funding to aging K-12 funding formula

Georgia fully restored funding to out-dated funding formula

Georgia lawmakers look to reduce school suspensions and expulsions

Georgia lawmakers look to prevent consecutive school expulsions and suspensions

Hurricane impacted Georgia schools eligible to receive additional federal funding

Georgia schools are eligible for federal funding due to hurricane impacts

$1.1 million in grants awarded to rural Georgia school districts

Grants awarded to rural GA school districts

Bright from the Start offering Pre-K Summer Transition Program

For the eighth year, Bright from the Start: Georgia Department of Early Care and Learning (DECAL) is offering a six-week intensive academic program for...