A new University System of Georgia committee focused on boosting medical residencies in the state met for the first time this week.
Its goal is to ease a doctor shortage in the state; Georgia is expected to need at least 2,500 more doctors by 2020.
Cuts to Georgia's lottery-funded pre-kindergarten program are leading to high teacher turnover, educators say.
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports that teachers this year have left pre-k programs to avoid a 10-percent, state-ordered pay cut.
Classes began in Columbus this week for students of Virginia College, the latest ‘for-profit’ institution to open in Georgia. But as the number of ‘for profit’ colleges climbs, so do student loans in default.
A middle school science teacher in Carrollton is helping define what science concepts students around the country need to know. And a middle school science teacher in Carrollton is helping write those standards.