Concert inspires confidence and cultural diversity through music.
The new chief of public schools says the way the state funds education needs to be revisited.
School cafeterias would have to hold the fries and serve kids more whole grains, fruits and vegetables under the government's plans for the first major nutritional overhaul of students' meals in 15 years.
Higher tuition and growing demand for the merit based HOPE Scholarship would exhaust its reserve fund in 2 years. Governor Nathan Deal wants to be the one to save the popular program and cut it by 280 million dollars.
The state Department of Education gives districts up to 4 emergency days set aside for things like disasters and snow days.
The Georgia university system wants to hold college presidents more accountable for student graduation. The Board of Regents this year is expected to approve a new salary structure for college and university presidents to place more emphasis on...
It's been 50 years the first African-American students walked onto the campus of the University of Georgia. Hamilton Holmes and Charlayne Hunter-Gault were outstanding high school students in Atlanta. And Civil Rights leaders asked them to...
Scientists, government officials, community leaders and journalists will gather at the University of Georgia this month for a symposium that will examination communication during the Gulf of Mexico oil spill.
The DeKalb County school board has presented a proposal to close 12 elementary school and use a high school and middle school to house magnet programs.
The number of Georgia K-12 students qualified for free or reduced-price lunches has jumped 4 percent in the last two years. Now, more than 57 percent of students can enroll in the program.
How are school districts coping with reduced budgets? Franklin County, in northeast Georgia, provides an object lesson.