The Georgia Aquarium and the City of Refuge non-profit teamed up with their partners to create a brand new ecosystem for student learning. The facility is centered around marine biology, environmental science, engineering, mathematics, and other STEAM programs led by professional educators and mentors after school.
As students reel in their final months free from the pressures of paying down thousands of dollars in debt, some are choosing to wait until after the repayment freeze ends. But is that the best approach? We asked Financial Expert and Alloy Wealth Management Founder Mark Henry.
Parents of students at Chapel Hill Middle School in south DeKalb County are learning school officials are looking into an incident involving a student allegedly passing out gummies at school, candy that parents feared might’ve been laced with THC.
Republican Gov. Brian Kemp said Monday that he wants Georgia to provide grants to school districts to help students catch up on what they might have missed because of the COVID-19 pandemic, expand the number of school counselors, encourage teacher aides to become full-fledged teachers and pass a law requiring school lockdown drills.
After a triple-digit percent increase of fights at one metro Atlanta school district, its superintendent is issuing both a warning and a plea. But the concerns for parents and educators go beyond just one county.
Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp on Monday designated up to $37.4 million in federal COVID-19 relief money to private groups and public agencies to help students catch up on learning they missed during the pandemic.
Officials say in addition to offering the tablets to Morris Brown College students, Moolah Wireless also offers free tablets to anyone eligible for the program which includes veterans, senior citizens, Section 8 residents and others.
Families at a small school that sits on the border of two north Fulton County cities are growing frustrated that neither city government has addressed a dangerous traffic situation at the school’s entrance.
Some parents are outraged after the Cobb County School Board passed a measure that will allow Cobb County Public School employees to volunteer to undergo training to carry a firearm on school campuses.
Clayton County Public Schools, the state’s fifth largest school district, is considering requiring clear backpacks when students return to class in the fall to help combat a recent surge in weapons violations on school campuses.