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A new study suggests University System of Georgia officials will be taking a closer look at funding requests for new buildings. The study highlights how much time classrooms are sitting empty at the state's 31 public college and universities...
Georgia State University officials say the school is launching a program to prepare students to provide free bankruptcy counsel in the metro Atlanta area. University spokeswoman Wendy Cromwell said Tuesday that the school's College of Law will...
The State Board of the Technical College System of Georgia has approved plans to merge Altamaha Technical College and the Okefenokee Technical College. The consolidation is expected to happen by July 1, 2014.
The summer is winding down for the bulk of Georgia students heading back to class. Schools in more than 30 districts are already in session. And 84-thousand of the state’s youngest learners will attend Pre-K. Thanks to additional funding, pre-...
Gov. Nathan Deal says the suspensions of the final three former DeKalb County school board members who had petitioned for their reinstatement have been upheld.
Georgia State University officials say that six students have complained after seeing fliers around campus advertising a new student club known as the White Student Union.
Georgia's State School Superintendent says the state needs another year to work on a teacher evaluation system. That's despite the threat of losing nearly $10 million in federal Race to the Top funding.
An Atlanta-based immigration attorney planned to file a lawsuit Wednesday against Georgia’s Board of Regents. Currently, a Regents policy requires illegal immigrants to pay out-of-state tuition at the state’s colleges and universities, even if...
The boards of Montreat College and Point University in Georgia have agreed to pursue a merger between the two private Christian schools. A joint statement from the schools says the entity would bear the name of the university in West Point, Ga....
U.S. Department of Education officials are warning that $9.9 million of Georgia's Race to the Top grand funding is in jeopardy. In a letter to Tuesday, officials said the threat to withhold funding stemmed from the state's failure to...