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Gov. Deal Announces New Needs-Based Scholarship Program for Georgians

Governor Nathan Deal announces a new needs-based college scholarship program, to provide the opportunity for college to all Georgians. The REACH Scholarship's first corporate sponsor...

South Dakota Addresses Bible In Schools

PIERRE, S.D.  A measure encouraging South Dakota schools to provide academic instruction on the Bible won final approval Monday from the state Legislature despite...

Report: Georgia Among Leaders In Student Data Systems

ATLANTA  - Georgia is being hailed as a national leader in collecting long-term student achievement data and making it accessible to schools and parents. A...

2 Georgia College Students Win Marshall Scholarships

ATLANTA  - Two Georgia college students have won prestigious Marshall Scholarships, which will pay for their graduate education at a British university. Garrett Turner from...

Study Finds 48% of Kids are Sexually Harassed in Middle & High School

A new national survey shows a startling trend among middle and high school students. The report details the prevalence of sexual harassment among 7th through...

Georgia Students Trail Nation In Reading, Math

ATLANTA - Georgia fourth- and eighth-graders are performing only slightly better than they did two years ago on national reading and math exams, and...

Adding Up the Cost of College May be as Easy as Logging On

90% of first year students at McDaniel College receive merit or need based financial aid. But few of them knew then exactly what it would...

President Obama Announces Changes to Bush-era Education Policy

President Obama is effectively ending the controversial education law known as "No Child Left Behind", and sidestepping Congress to do it. States can request a...

Dr. Romain Dallemand Voices School Ideas To Rotary Club

Dr. Romain Dallemand wants to see a change in the way things are done throughout the Bibb County school system, and he wants all...

School Replaces Books with iPads

It's a sign of the times. Middle school students at Meyer Jewish Academy in West Palm Beach, Florida start class Wednesday with...

Schools Implement Mandatory Sex-Ed to Cut Pregnancies

For the first time in nearly two decades, New York City schools will start teaching mandatory sex education classes to all middle and high...

Houston County BOE Approves to Continue SPLOST

The Houston County Board of Education approved a resolution to continue an education SPLOST. If the SPLOST is passed, funds will be used to update...