Some state lawmakers don’t want illegal immigrants in public colleges and universities.
Right now the institutions can accept illegal immigrants as students so long as they pay out of state tuition and all citizens and legal immigrants have been served first.
The National Science Foundation gave $1.5 million to The University of Georgia and Georgia Institute of Technology to help raise the number of students with disabilities getting degrees in science, technology, engineering and math.
North Georgia College and State University is the place to be in Georgia if you want to become fluent in Chinese or Arabic. You can also learn Korean and Russian. Susanna Capelouto reports, the language training there is made possible in part by the Department of Defense
Should parents serve time in jail for missing parent teacher conferences? One prosecutor wants that to be the case in an effort to increase parent involvement. Talk of the Nation's Jennifer Ludden discuses this issue and more.
Two Georgia teachers have won prestigious Milken Educator Awards.
Rachel Willis in Atlanta and Kelly Stopp in Norcross were honored Monday. The two won $25,000 prizes from the California-based Milken Family Foundation.
School officials in coastal Glynn County plan to open a nighttime high school for dropouts.
The school will give dropouts a chance to earn diplomas.
Evening classes will be available only to high school dropouts under the age of 21.