The National School Boards Association's Center for Public Education looked at how states are measuring teacher performance and their report found that since 2009, the vast majority of states have made significant changes to how teachers are evaluated for the main purpose of improving instructio
On the evening of Sept. 30, Palmer Feibelman received an email he didn’t expect. It informed him that he might not be receiving his monthly stipend of $2,122 from the U.S. Navy due to the government shutdown.
The Dalai Lama spoke to a crowd of thousands Tuesday at the Gwinnett Arena as part of a visit to Emory University. His Holiness is a Presidential Distinguished Professor at Emory and the Buddhist leader of Tibet, who lives in exile in India.
School district officials in western Georgia are asking parents to ensure their children aren't playing a game called the "Knockout Challenge."
Muscogee County spokeswoman Valerie Fuller sent an automated phone message to parents and an email last week warning them of the game.
State education officials have pulled the plug on a project described as the largest Internet expansion in Georgia school history.
Someone forgot to add $3.6 million to an upcoming bond issue -- and no one noticed.