When the Civil Rights-era desegregation order on Savannah-Chatham public schools was lifted in 1994, 11 schools were still considered segregated. Today, that number is 26. Savannah Morning News education reporter Jenel Few explores why in a series that will wrap up this weekend.
Let's face it, Booker T. Washington has a serious image problem. He was perhaps the most influential black man in America during the late 1800s, but is often remembered today as being subservient, a sellout even.
Every kid loves the mystery of an unopened box.
On a recent morning, there were mysteries on most of the tables in the library at LH Williams Elementary School. Each one was guarded by an adult. At each of the tables were three or four fifth graders.
Beverly Hall, the former superintendent of Atlanta Public Schools charged in a cheating scandal, has died.
Hall's attorney J. Tom Morgan confirmed her death Monday. They say she passed away in the morning. She was 68 years old.