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Teachers Get a Hefty Dose of Biotech at Week-Long Georgia Bio Workshop

-The Georgia BioEd Institute’s Summer Biotech Immersion program, sponsored by local biopharma company UCB, provided a laboratory-intensive professional learning experience to eight high school...

Georgia’s graduation rate rises to all-time high

Georgia’s high school graduation rate increased again in 2018, rising to 81.6 percent from 80.6 percent in 2017. This is an all-time high for Georgia’s...

Forty-three mini-grants will help support 1,343 children and 220 teachers impacted by Hurricane Michael

Forty-three licensed child care programs in Southwest Georgia impacted by Hurricane Michael will receive special mini-grants from the international organization Save the Children and...

Putnam County High School wins third annual GaDOE Student Chef Competition

More on the winners and the runners up!

Students make strong gains on spring 2018 Georgia Milestones assessments

Great news for public school kids across the state!

Report: Consistent and strong teacher evaluation models improve teachers and students

Recent Efforts to Improve Teacher Evaluations Yield Multiple Benefits, Including Retaining More Effective Teachers and Prompting Least Effective Teachers to Leave.

$260,000 set aside to expand arts education in rural Georgia schools

The Georgia Department of Education is awarding a total of $260,000 to rural school districts to help them expand the fine arts opportunities available...

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...

A coastal Georgia career academy receives honors from Lt. Governor

A career academy in coastal Georgia receives honors.

Georgia’s SAT scores go up by 14 points from previous year

Georgia's 2018 SAT results are 14 points higher than last year's.