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What’s Right With Our Schools: Kings Chapel Elementary uses strategy groups to enhance students’...

Kings Chapel Elementary teachers are using best instructional practices to keep students on grade level.

What’s Right With Our Schools: #famtest turns students into teachers

Westside High School teachers use non-traditional teaching practice to enhance students' learning.

What’s Right With Our Schools: Dublin middle school teacher creates ‘Math Speed Dates’

Dublin middle school teacher is being recognized for her incredible work inside of the classroom.

What’s Right With Our Schools: Local barbers offer free haircuts, listen to students read...

MACON, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) - Boys at Matilda Hartley Elementary got a visit from local barbers. The barbers' mission---to make the students feel and look...

What’s Right With Our Schools: ‘Youth Junior Council’ helps students understand how government works

DUBLIN, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) - Dublin High School students are making a difference in their community by learning politics. Students are sharing ideas that could change...

What’s Right With Our Schools: Hutchings College and Career Academy gives students work experience...

Hutchings College and Career Academy is giving high students a chance to gain work experience and college credit before graduation.

What’s Right With Our Schools: Volunteer fire fighters teach students lessons for part of...

Volunteer fire fighters from Crawford and Peach County teach students about fire prevention.

What’s Right With Our Schools: Teachers use ‘Data Teams’ to monitor students’ work in...

Second grade teachers are working together as a team to monitor students' work throughout the school year.

What’s Right With Our Schools: Community Read program increases students’ literacy and brings community...

Laurens County residents are lending a helping hand in the classroom. Their goal--improve literacy.

What’s Right With Our Schools: Online program strengthens students’ math skills, motivates them to...

A computer based program in Houston County is getting students excited to learn.

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