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Georgia’s Disability Employment Initiative Receives National Recognition for Demonstrating Best Practice

Georgia’s Disability Employment Initiative received national recognition this week by the U.S. Department of Labor’s Office of Disability Employment Policy for demonstrating best practices and delivering superior service.

DeVos proposes another rollback on for-profit college rules

The Trump administration plans to roll back another major Obama-era rule that was created to police the for-profit college industry, according to a proposal issued by the Education Department on Friday.

Teacher prep programs not meeting standards for reading. How do Georgia’s colleges measure up?

Teacher preparation programs are not producing much-needed quality teachers in vital areas such as reading education for budding school teachers. Over two decades ago, the National Institutes...

COLUMN: The Mob Descends on UGA

J. Thomas Perdue is a guest columnist and is a Senior at the University of Georgia studying journalism. He is Editor in Chief of The Arch...

Georgia college students should have renters insurance

The new school year upon us and college students who are moving out of the house or off campus may want to purchase renters...

Georgia Students Earn 71 Medals at SkillsUSA National Competition

Wiregrass Georgia Technical College Wins 9 Medals Among Recognitions Georgia placed second in the U.S. for the number of medals awarded at the SkillsUSA national...

Former Georgia Tech fraternity president pleads to rape

A former Georgia Tech fraternity president has pleaded guilty to rape, more than two years after police say he sexually assaulted his ex-girlfriend.

GA Lottery transfers more than $1.14 billion to education

The Georgia Lottery Corp. transferred its fiscal year 2018 profits, a total of $1.14 billion for education programs.

HBCUs Scholar Opportunities announced by White House

Opportunities for students who attend HBCUs.

Major studio in Columbus will be home for film students

Taking a break from production of his latest film, “My Brother’s Keeper,” now being shot in Columbus, Ty Manns expressed confidence that the city...