Officials at the Georgia Southern Museum in Statesboro say, they now have a rare artifact from the Civil War's largest prison camp.
Its unveiling comes a year after the East Georgia discovery of Camp Lawton.
A new report released Wednesday by the National Center for Educational Statistics says Georgia’s state eighth grade reading exam is one of the least rigorous in the country when compared to a well-regarded federal exam.
The University of Georgia is expecting a record number of freshmen this fall.
UGA officials said Monday that more than 5,000 freshmen are anticipated on campus when classes start next week. That's a 10 percent increase over last year.
Chatham County school officials this week approved a list of projects to be funded by a proposed penny sales tax for education.
Local voters will decide the tax this November but officials will have a few factors against them.
Savannah-area school officials say, they believe an under-performing high school has made standards for Adequate Yearly Progress for the first time since the No Child Left Behind law was passed nine years ago.