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41NBC's What's Right with Our Schools airs every Monday, during 41NBC News at 6. 41NBC Anchor/Reporter Karlisha Booze goes across Middle Georgia looking for stories that show how our schools are working to make a difference.  It's an opportunity for you to make an appointment with us to see positive stories about local school systems. If you have a story idea for Karlisha, here's how you can reach them.

What’s Right With Our Schools: SOAR Academy provides incentive rec room for students

SOAR Academy takes a new approach at motivating students to focus on school work.

What’s Right With Our Schools: Houston County School District launches “13 Reasons Why Not...

HOUSTON COUNTY, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) - The Houston County School District started an initiative to give students hope and encouragement to overcome adversity. Some students say...

What’s Right With Our Schools: Retired and current educators share knowledge with future teachers

MACON, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) - It turns out retired educators are never really off the job. Several recently gathered at a Bibb county school to...

What’s Right With Our Schools: Midway Hills Primary’s STEAM lab introduces kindergartners to Science,...

Kindergartners in Baldwin County are learning about STEAM jobs.

What’s Right With Our Schools: High school students receive real work experience through banking...

Hutchings College and Career Academy is giving students a new learning experience beyond the books and a local bank is contributing to their learning.

What’s Right With Our Schools: Foothills Charter School gives students second change to graduate

Milledgeville charter school gives students second chance to obtain high school diploma.

What’s Right With Our Schools: Bibb County students showcase talents through REACH program

BIBB COUNTY, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) - As children grow up, many of them start to wonder what their future would be like. Bibb County Schools are...

What’s Right With Our Schools: Byron Elementary adopts JROTC program

Byron Elementary is the only elementary school in Georgia to have a JROTC program.

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.

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