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Federal education law prohibits Feds from control of funds to arm teachers

Federal law prohibits the power of the Secretary concerning funding to be used to purchase firearms in school districts.

Fourteen Counties in Georgia Join the Campaign for Grade-Level Reading

Fourteen new counties in Georgia have joined the Campaign for Grade-Level Reading (GLR Campaign), a nationwide movement to increase early reading proficiency.

Column: Education innovation – School choice with paid on the job training

Column: "Not every high school graduate is destined for a college degree; not every student graduates high school with ease. Still, every young Georgian deserves the opportunity to become a productive citizen."

A coastal Georgia career academy receives honors from Lt. Governor

A career academy in coastal Georgia receives honors.

Threat of mass school shooting at a South Georgia high school

A South GA high school received a threating letter of a mass school shooting.

Some think education spending should increase nationally, poll finds

New poll finds that the general public would like to see increases to public education funding.

Georgia Rotary Club offering scholarships to study overseas

Georgia Rotary Club offering $24,000 in scholarships to study overseas.

Georgia’s leading law official clarifies confusing bus law change

Confusing change to a new bus law prompts top Georgia law official to clarify the law that does not follow best practices for student safety.

Fact Check: Abrams incorrect on early learning cost and long-lasting effects

Georgia Democratic nominee for governor Stacey Abrams says the average cost of childcare in the state is more than the average of in-state college...

Miscommunication – Atlanta school will say Pledge of Allegiance to start day

On Thursday, Atlanta Neighborhood Charter School (ANCS) reported they would no longer say the Pledge of Allegiance at the start of their school day....