WHAT DO YOU THINK? The school recently announced that the drug-testing of students in grades 8-12 will be voluntary next school year — and then mandatory in succeeding years.
So often we get so caught up in our differences that we forget, whether we admit it or not, that at our core we’re all the same. We all bleed red. We all want to be loved and accepted. We’re all human.
Column: Candidates for Governor use their campaign platform to gain leverage of anti-testing movement to replace the GA Milestones testing.
Two college economists are studying the economic impact weddings have on coastal Georgia.
Atlanta police say a man has become the seventh Georgia Tech student to be robbed at gunpoint in two weeks.
Two committees have been named to search for a new president for Georgia’s third-largest public university amid kneeling controversy.
Georgia’s high schools could see changes in vocational education when it comes to who controls funding and content at the local level.
A 9-foot-long boa constrictor wriggled out of her aquarium, setting off a frantic search.
The following was published by Lt. Governor Casey Cagle. As recently reported by the Department of Education in the Annual Charter System Report, Georgia students enrolled in...