In 2014, a group of undocumented students sued Georgia’s Board of Regents to establish their legal presence under an Obama administration policy that grants them renewable work permits.
Such a ruling would have qualified the students for in-state tuition.
A Georgia Department of Education employee is out of a job after racist and insensitive posts were discovered on his social media.
Jeremy Spencer, an associate superintendent, was quickly fired Tuesday following a public outcry from State Senator Vincent Fort.
State School Superintendent Richard Woods says it's not clear whether a merit-based teacher pay system would be financially sustainable.
He also says he wouldn't support such a system without listening to Georgia's teachers.
In a class at the end of the day at New Orleans Charter Science and Math High School, a fierce debate unfolded in Sarah Cannon’s Civics class. The question on the floor — should felons lose the right to vote?
“It’s feeling and knowing that people have the convenience of ignoring the complexity of your identities. And oddly enough, the moment in which you don’t feel quite invisible is when the group of fraternity guys drives by in their truck on a Saturday night yelling ‘Roll Tide n**er!’”