The five school districts were among school systems located in counties with populations of 35,000 or fewer invited to participate in a series of workshops that guided them through the process of developing innovative programs.
Leah Fleming chats with music producer and filmmaker Dallas Austin about receiving his upcoming honor at The Macon Film Festival, what's real in the movie Drumline and how a busted keyboard got him into music.
Gen. Mark Milley, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, marked the D-Day anniversary in Normandy this week. He spoke to NPR about the modernization of warfare and what AI might mean for the future.
Georgia lawmakers are considering a bill that opponents compare to Florida’s “Don’t Say Gay” legislation, which seeks to limit the way teachers and others responsible for caring for minors can answer questions about the child’s sexual orientation or gender identity — though its sponsor said he plans to bring the bill back with changes to accommodate criticism from parents and educators.
While congressional and presidential elections are attracting much attention, one of the most consequential stories of the 2020 election in Georgia is the battle for control of the state House. Thursday on Political Rewind: a look at the latest from those races.
Democrats are making an aggressive effort to pick up the 16 seats that would give them a majority for the first time in almost two decades. But Republicans are defending their majority fiercely.
Cpl. Waverly Woodson Jr., a member of an African American battalion, treated scores of soldiers wounded on D-Day but was passed over for the medal. Lawmakers and relatives have tried to change that.