Lawyers for a group of charter schools ruled unconstitutional by the State Supreme Court asked the court this afternoon to reconsider the decision. They’re arguing that the decision will force the courts to play too large a role in setting education policy.
Lawmakers are looking for fixes to keep the state commissioned charter schools open. The schools face closure after the Georgia Supreme Court ruled they were unconstitutional.
State leaders are brainstorming over how to keep the schools funded.
A Savannah school principal is telling parents how administrators plan to turnaround one of Georgia's worst public schools.
State officials had threatened to shut down Groves High School unless the local district made big changes.
A Georgia law that cleared the way for a surge in new charter schools was struck down by the state's top court in a high-profile decision that will affect thousands of students and could reshape how the state's public school system is funded.
The University System of Georgia is expanding the state’s nursing programs.
The Board of Regents Tuesday approved a measure that will allow Darton College in Albany, and Georgia Highlands College in Rome, to offer four-year programs in nursing.