Georgia university releases gender neutral pronouns guide: ‘ne’, ‘ve’, & ‘ey’

The LBGT Resource Center at Kennesaw State University released a pamphlet listing several gender-neutral pronouns such as "ne, "ve," and "ey." The words are emphasized...

219,000 students benefit from Georgia’s free online textbook program

To date, Affordable Learning Georgia has saved students more than $31 million on textbook costs, and the initiative is expected to grow in coming years.

Secrecy of search for university president draws criticism

 Some faculty members and students at one of Georgia’s largest universities say the names of finalists in the search for the school’s next president should be made public.

Free speech mandate moves through GA Senate

Georgia's universities and colleges would have to create a free-speech policy protecting speakers under a proposed measure that passed the Senate on Monday. The legislation,...

Congressman John Lewis to give Harvard commencement address

Civil rights icon and U.S. Rep. John Lewis was named Wednesday the principal speaker of Harvard University’s commencement this spring.

Valdosta university to host South Georgia Film Festival

Student films, a Southern gothic thriller and a feature-length documentary about giant rodents will be hitting the screen at the South Georgia Film Festival. The...

Jimmy Carter gently jabs Trump at Liberty commencement

Former President Jimmy Carter took a gentle poke at President Donald Trump at the start of a commencement address to graduates of Liberty University

Camden County High School on 2017 AP Honors Schools List

Camden County High School (CCHS) achieved three honors from the Advanced Placement( AP) College Board program. The school received the following designations according to...

Governor signs school turnaround bill, other education legislation

After voters rejected a similar measure on Nov. of 2016, Governor Deal signs into law a school-turnaround bill for the state's lowest-performing schools.

Watch: Governor Deal unveils “Be the Difference” tribute

Georgia educators continue to be highlighted as professionals by Governor Deal