Earl Colvin, executive director of the Cannonball House, gave me the short version of his driving tour of Macon's Civil War sites. While some of the landmarks he points out are well known, others are seldom seen, but right under our noses.
 
About 50 GBI Agents started questioning teachers and administrators at Atlanta Public schools today. The probe is part of an ongoing state investigation of possible cheating on CRCT tests last year.
The University of Georgia may need to convince lawmakers that it’s the best place for expanding engineering programs in the State. Governor Perdue convinced the Board of Regents to delay a vote on UGA’s engineering proposal.
Georgia's Supreme Court will hear challenges to the state's charter school law Tuesday. Seven public school districts are hoping to convince the Georgia Supreme Court that Fulton County Superior Court Judge Wendy Shoob was wrong to rule...
The state Board of Regents voted Wednesady to approve new policies regarding illegal immigrant applicants to Georgia colleges and universities. The regents took up the issue at their meeting Wednesday. The new policy prohibits the schools from...
A marker now commemorates the only site in Georgia where African-American soldiers fought during the Civil War. On October 13, 1864, 800 black Federal troops were poised to defend Fort Hill in Dalton from 40,000 advancing Confederates. Heavily...
Georgia students will rally in downtown Atlanta this afternoon to protest budget cuts.
University System of Georgia Chancellor Erroll B. Davis says he will retire next year.
Three Georgia students are recipients of a scholarship sponsered by President Obama. It's being funded by money he recieved from winning the Nobel Peace Prize.
University of Georgia researchers have received more than a million dollars to develop a mobile phone application for people with autism and developmental disabilities.
Two of Georgia's Gubernatorial Candidates say that the State’s Pre-K program is more important than the Hope Scholarship. Republican Nathan Deal and Democrat Roy Barnes spoke to a group of early childhood advocates in Atlanta Tuesday.