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.
More than a quarter of Bibb Schools students were chronically absent last school year, according to attendance data.
Puerto Rico, the nation's sixth-largest school district, is in crisis. It's both uniquely vulnerable to natural disasters and unusually ill-equipped to help children recover from them.
Legal limits on how Georgia teachers can approach potentially divisive subjects are spreading from elementary and secondary school classrooms to university lecture halls.
Officials with the Cobb County School District will continue a two-day termination hearing Friday to determine if a fifth grade teacher violated Georgia’s recently passed divisive concepts law.
Students in a Florida school district will be reading only excerpts from William Shakespeare's plays for class rather than the full texts under redesigned curriculum guides.
After saying the state had effectively banned the class because of content on sexual orientation and gender identity, the College Board said it hoped teachers would be able to teach the full course.
Georgia is getting $2 million in federal funding to address lead in drinking water consumed by children.
Educators in Bibb County got a professional jolt during the system's convocation ceremony Tuesday, a mashup of a pep rally and a church style call to action.
Atlanta Public Schools will partner with The Lion Electric Company to transition its bus fleet from diesel to electric.
Democrats savored a rare win under the Gold Dome in March when, with the help of a handful of Republicans, they fended off a plan to expand Georgia’s school voucher program. But Democratic Atlanta state Rep. Mesha Mainor has not been celebrating.
In one case, references to the killing of George Floyd and the Black Lives Matter movement were removed. The list of rejected materials included books on U.S. history, the Holocaust and psychology.
Savannah-Chatham is searching for a new person to manage state’s 10th largest school district.
More than one-fifth of Georgia’s public high school graduates earned passing scores on at least one Advanced Placement examination, putting the state in 15th place nationally, according to new data out this week.
Georgia House Democrats cheered a rare win Wednesday night when efforts to expand Georgia’s school voucher program failed, dooming the project for 2023.