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Bookman: Hysteria over ‘critical race theory’ is to deny bigotry still...

Prodded by Gov. Brian Kemp, the state Board of Education last week waded into the controversy over “critical race theory,” or more accurately, into...

Biden’s free community college plan a lifeline for low-income Georgians

Azo Tobe Yubo was all smiles last month as she walked out of Center Parc Stadium in her blue cap and gown, her mother...

Georgia school board OKs limits on U.S. race topics educators can...

The Georgia Board of Education voted 11-2 Thursday to approve a resolution that says the United States is not racist and that public school...

Georgia schools prepping for a more ‘normal’ year

Children across Georgia are cracking open the sunscreen, dusting off their flip flops and making plans for their summer break, but school administrators have...

Kemp set to sign order prohibiting public school mask requirements

Gov. Brian Kemp says he will sign an executive order as soon as Friday preventing state agencies and public schools from requiring masks. “Georgians know...

Student feeding programs ramp up as another pandemic summer nears

Marietta City Schools Nutrition Director Cindy Culver expects another surge of students queueing up for its free meals program soon in the second summer...

Georgia graduates look forward after pandemic upended senior year

Chasity Dawson is set to graduate from Kennesaw State University this summer with an anthropology degree, but completing her coursework hasn’t been easy. “I've been...

Sen. Ossoff shines spotlight on new funding for HBCUs

Atlanta’s historically Black colleges and universities are set to receive just under $32 million combined in grants from the American Rescue Plan, part of...

State education department ask for ideas for billions in COVID relief

The Georgia Department of Education is asking the public to weigh in with suggestions for spending money from the latest $3.8 billion installment of...

Teacher ‘pipeline plan’ gets Kemp OK in year of classroom COVID...

Gov. Brian Kemp signed six education bills into law Tuesday, including sweeping legislation intended to boost the state’s ability to recruit and retain teachers...
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